Spring 2010 Table Of Contents
contents volume 6 issue 1
features spring 2010
Celebrating Nature’s Delights
Local garden club members find inspiration in objects that appeal to them as the source for creating lovely floral arrangements.
Life through the Lens
Meet a Wellesley filmmaker who goes to bat for the game of baseball.
A popular Harvard economics professor, N. Gregory Mankiw, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors under President George W. Bush, weighs in on the current economic situation.
Local residents take to the skies to fulfill their lifelong dreams of learning how to fly.
Meet Wellesley and Weston’s Animal Control Officers
Sue Webb and Richard Murray share a deep respect for pets and wildlife, and a dedication to the peaceful co-existence between humans and animals.
Improving the Lives of Women Around the World
The Wellesley Centers for Women, the largest research center in the United States focusing on women’s issues, has a long history of influencing policy-making and programs to improve the lives of women.
Service Above Self
The Rotary Clubs of Wellesley and Weston make a positive difference in the lives of others, both locally and globally.
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