Seniors’ schedule

Westbrook Senior Citizens will meet at 1 p.m. on Monday, March 2, at Mill Brook Estate, 300 East Bridge St.

Jack Kazenski and the 60 Plus Band will entertain.

The seniors are planning two trips. They will travel to Foxwoods on Wednesday, March 11. They will go to Indian Head in Lincoln, N.H., on Sunday, March 15.

Historians to meet

Westbrook Historical Society will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4, at 17B Dunn St.

Tom Madsen will talk about American Pewter and “Pewter at Stevens Plains.” The public is welcome.

Birthday surprise

Cindy Stultz recently surprised her husband, Jim Stultz, and his coffee buddies in observance of his 61st birthday.

She delivered hot, homemade cinnamon muffins in a basket to the group during their morning hangout at Rivers Edge Deli. The Stultzes live in Windham and are well-known in Westbrook.

Eagles’ charitable

Bill Babbidge, vice president of Westbrook Eagles, said the group donated $50 on Feb. 17 to Westbrook Little League.

Earlier this month the Eagles donated $25 to help sponsor a local bike rider in a multiple-sclerosis fundraiser.

The bicyclist, Roy D. Willey of Chestnut Street, Westbrook, will participate on Aug. 1 and 2 in the MS 150 Bike to the Breakwater, sponsored by Saint Joseph’s College in Standish. It marks Willey’s 25th year in the event.

The ride benefits the Maine Chapter of the National Multiple Scelerosis Society.

Nugent to speak

Westbrook Police Officer Mike Nugent will speak at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27, at Walker Memorial Library, 800 Main St.

Nugent’s topic will be a book he authored about the Civil War.

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