Wellesley’s week in picturesMarch 22, 2015 by Deborah BrownThreatening skies at Hunnewell Farm minutes before the brief St. Patrick’s Day hail storm.The Charles River at Elm Bank Reservation, minutes before the brief St. Patrick’s Day hail storm.Forced blooms, Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses at Wellesley College.Sap collecting from a sugar maple on the Wellesley College campus.Brook Path under construction at the corner of Forest and Seaver.20 years ago this month, Officer Stewart Savage died in the line of duty. Wellesley Police left a commemorative wreath at the site.Each year, roses are left near the site where Officer Savage died in the line of duty.METCO students and supporters pose with State Representative Alice Peisch on the grand staircase of the State House on METCO Lobby Day. Thanks to roving photojournalist Betsy Komjathy.WHS Senior Katrina Kincaide lobbying State Senator Richard Ross to support the METCO program. Thanks to roving photojournalist Betsy Komjathy.WHS’s Champion Nordic Ski Team takes a turn on the grand staircase of the State House with Rep. Alice Peisch. Photo credit to Karen Polito.The town geese are seriously ticked off at Animal Control Officer Sue Webb’s truck.Wellesley police tweeted out this scene at the Mobil station on Washington St., across from Whole Foods.Happy 15th birthday to this popular ladies-who-lunch spot.Spring snow doesn’t deter runners training for the Boston Marathon.Snow on the first day of Spring at Brookside Community Gardens. Just another power play to prove that no matter what the calendar says, we are still winter’s, well, never mind.