Category Archives: Health

Blood drive at Tenacre on March 5

Students and staff at Tenacre Country Day School in Wellesley invite members of the community to support their blood drive on March 5. Co-sponsored by the American Red Cross, the blood drive is open to the public. Appointments can be made, and walk-ins are welcome. The event location and time is as follows: Location: Tenacre’s Wells Playhouse, 78 […]

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Body in Motion coming to rest in Wellesley

There’s unfortunate news this week for patrons and staff of Body in Motion, as the 15-year-old fitness studio in Wellesley’s Linden Square has announced that it is closing on Feb. 28 at noon. According to a note to clients from the owner, rising rental costs have forced the business to close.  “It has been a joy to work with […]

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Wellesley High student advocates for teen mental health programs

Wellesley High School Junior Megan Shinnick is no stranger to the stage, having sung and acted in numerous shows  over the years. Shinnick drew from that ability for poise in front of a live audience back in November at the TEDx Boston event when she discussed her own struggle with depression as well as the […]

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Wellesley High Raiders girls’ basketball team invites you to Think Pink on Thursday

From the WHS Hoop Club: This Thursday (Jan. 29) is THINK PINK Breast Cancer Awareness Night at the girls’ basketball game between Wellesley High and Framingham High at WHS.  Freshman @ 3:45, JV @ 5:15 and Varsity @ 6:30.  Donations and raffle to benefit The Ellie Fund.  Prizes include Beats Headphones, gift certificates from Juniper, […]

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Albright headlines poverty panel at Wellesley College this Thursday

Wellesley College welcomes former Secretary of State and Class of 1959 alumna Madeleine Korbel Albright back to campus for the 2015 Albright Institute Wintersession. On Jan. 22, Albright joins Elizabeth Cousens, U.S. Representative on the UN Economic and Social Council and Alternate Representative to the UN General Assembly, and Dr. Homi Kharas, a Brookings Institution […]

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Wellesley Public Schools reach out in wake of doctor’s death

Wellesley Public Schools Superintendent David Lussier issued a note in the wake of Tuesday’s shooting death of Dr. Michael Davidson at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, offering support to those in the community affected by the tragedy. “We were deeply saddened to learn that a member of the Wellesley community, Dr. Michael Davidson, was killed yesterday in […]

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