Category Archives: Health

Hiking Guernsey Path in Wellesley

When that crisp Fall air blew into town, I started hiking again. There are plenty of nice trails in Wellesley where you can walk in the woods as a change of pace from the well-travelled Brook Path. Recently, I tried out the Guernsey Path, which takes you from a small parking lot on Winding River […]

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Forum in Wellesley: A conversation on Girls & Stress

From Dana Hall School: On Thursday, Nov. 12 from 7-8:30 p.m., Dana Hall School will host The Forum: A Conversation on Girls and Stress. This collaborative program is free and open to the public. Attendees should sign up at The Forum at Dana Hall School is a symposium series designed to examine a topic […]

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Time to fall behind in Wellesley (and other places)

It is almost time to “fall back” into Standard Time. Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. local time on Sun., Nov. 1, which means you’ll want to turn your clocks back before you go to bed Saturday night, Oct. 31. Also of interest… It’s time to gather your coins for Wellesley’s UNICEF trick-or-treaters It’s […]

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San Francisco 5K run/walk honors Wellesley’s Dr. Michael Davidson

More evidence that slain cardiac surgeon Michael Davidson‘s influence extended well beyond Wellesley, where he lived, and Boston, where he worked: A 5K run/walk was held in his honor over the weekend all the way across the country in San Francisco. The CRF 5K run/walk in Davidson’s honor attracted dozens of participants, and started and ended […]

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Wellesley woman joins pro wrestlers to smack down cancer

Wellesley’s Carol Chaoui got into the ring with other cancer survivors at the WWE Raw pro wrestling event at Boston Garden on Monday night to help raise awareness and funds to fight breast cancer. The wrestling outfit has contributed millions to the cause via its Rise Above Cancer campaign, in conjunction with the Susan G. Komen […]

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Wellesley High volleyball wants you to Dig Pink for breast cancer research

Donate directly to campaign here.

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Wellesley Health Department wants you to be prepared

Wellesley Health Department Presents: Lunch and Learn: Emergency Preparedness Begins at Home! Workshop for Town of Wellesley Employees and Volunteers. At this “Lunch and Learn” presentation, you will be entertained and informed about emergency preparedness. Dawn Sibor, M.Ed. from the Brookline Health Department will provide templates and tools you can use to prepare yourself, your […]

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Wellesley Rotary rallying volunteers to pack meals

From Rotary Club of Wellesley: The Rotary Club of Wellesley is sponsoring a Stop Hunger Now food packaging event on Oct. 17, starting at 10AM at the Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington Street. One hundred volunteers are needed in order to reach the goal to package 20,000 meals in about three hours. Interested participants can register at […]

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