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Eight years ago, Frank Manguso, a 30-year resident of Wellesley, went into semi-retirement after a successful career as a CPA.

During his career he had been CFO/co-founder of a software company serving insurance groups, CEO of an auto security manufacturer/distributor, a cellular phone agent, a director of management information, a consultant to a major bank holding company, a controller for a medical products' manufacturer, and a consumer products distributor.

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Brothery Love Fuels Bike Ride

The Dana Farber Cancer Institute has played a significant role in the lives of one Wellesley family. The daughter, Laura, and the father, Scott, have each fought cancers. And the son, Reid, as he has done his whole life, is focused on supporting them while giving back to the organization that has given them so much.

During the first weekend of August, Reid Williamson, a senior at Wellesley High School, will bicycle the 153-mile Wellesley-Bourne-Wellesley route of the Pan-Mass Challenge, raising money in the process for Dana Farber.

Veterans’ Ecumenical Memorial Mass

Continuing what has become a Wellesley tradition, Saint Paul Church held the annual Veterans’ Ecumenical Memorial Mass in honor of the many Wellesley veterans who have illustriously served the country in the armed services. Begun by members of the Wellesley Veterans’ Council and now in its sixteenth year, the ceremony is an occasion for family, friends, and community residents to participate in honoring members of all four branches of the military, both living and deceased, for their service on behalf of freedom for all Americans.

Veterans Parade Honors Education

Celebrations Committee Chair Roy Switzler has said that years ago the Veterans Parade was moved from its traditional November date to a weekend in May because it always used to rain, and for the second year in a row that change paid off with dramatic results.

It was another beautifully sunny and warm Wellesley's Wonderful Weekend from May 18-20, including the Veterans Parade that Sunday.


The Medway Millis Local Town Pages Newspaper has been there for me, right from the very start. When I decided to open my store in Medway, I wanted to spread the word and I wanted to do it right. Medway Millis Newspaper helped me to do that, and I got great results. They ran a profile story on me and my business and hundreds of people came in to tell me just where they had read about it. When it was time to come up with new ideas for promotions, they were there. They are truly part of "my team" and have had played a major role in making these first few months a great success for me.