Westbrook and Gorham champs in the recent Knights of Columbus free throw competition are Jack Luciano, Justin Jama, Madison Cole, Gabe Michaud, Manny Caulisle, Sophia Michaud, Natalie LaBrie, Bryce Lumbert, Quincy Seavey, and Dylan Morrell. The winners are pictured with organizers Mike Chabot and Kevin Conant.
Kelly Day, president of Friends of Walker Library, 800 Main St., invites the public to a free Valentine’s Tea 3-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 14, on the second floor of the library. “We will have Valentines coloring pages, sweets and different types of tea to sample,” Day said.
‘Super’ thrill for Westbrook grad
Trevor Bates, 23, a Westbrook High School graduate, is a member of the New England Patriots team that Sunday in Houston won the Super Bowl, defeating Atlanta 34-28 in the history making comeback.
Bates, a rookie who wears number 44, is a Patriots’ practice squad player. He just signed a future contract, according to the Patriots website.
He is a University of Maine graduate and was first drafted by the Indianapolis Colts and played in a game before being released in October. He was signed by the Patriots Nov. 7.
Valentine dance party
The Robbie Foundation is hosting a Valentine’s Day dance party for young people of all ages and abilities at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12, at the Avant Dance and Event Center, 865 Spring St., Westbrook.
Director Kristin Sutton will teach children, with or without special needs, the latest dance moves. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
The foundation for nearly seven years has donated to kids and young adults with developmental disabilities adaptive equipment, therapy treatments, and other needed services not covered by insurance.
For more information , call 229-1807 or email Robbiefoundation@gmail.com. Visit robbiefoundation.com to signup for the dance.