Library hosts ?open house

The annual holiday open house at Walker Memorial Library, 810 Main St., will be from 3-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 13. The public is invited

Maheux promoted

People’s United Bank has announced this week that Amy Maheux has been promoted to assistant vice president, customer service manager at the bank’s Westbrook office.

Maheux oversees the Westbrook branch where she coaches and trains the staff on their customer service skills. She is responsible for the daily operations of the branch as well as maintaining procedures and policies in the branch.

Maheux started with People’s United Bank in 2009, as a lead customer service associate and in 2010 she was promoted to customer service manager.

In July, Maheux was named to the CEO leadership team. She holds her life insurance license, Series 6 license and Series 63 license. In addition, she is a notary public.

Maheux is active in her community and spends time volunteering with United Way.

Seniors’ ?Christmas meal

Westbrook Senior Citizens will be served a Christmas dinner at noon on Monday, Dec. 17, in Westbrook Community Center, 426 Bridge St.

The menu includes roast pork with gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, applesauce and apple pie with whipped topping. Louis Philippe will entertain.

In step with community

Drouin Dance Center of Westbrook has launched a community-service oriented program for its students, Dancer Donations.

Dancer Donations began in October and students collected Halloween costumes and props to be given to families of the community next fall for use on Halloween.

During November and December, the dancers have been busy making holiday cards for residents of local nursing homes, as well as Christmas cards for U.S. troops in Afghanistan. The cards will be delivered to the troops via the “Wreaths Across America” tour, which stopped at Westbrook Middle School on Monday.

Dancers also collected more than 50 pounds of food for the Westbrook Food Pantry.

The DDC Dance Company will perform at the Portland Center for Assisted Living on Tuesday, Dec. 18, and deliver cards made by Drouin Dance Center dancers to the residents.

Next up for Dancer Donations is a clothing drive for the thrift shop located at the Westbrook Community Center, and a Valentine’s Dance-at-hon to benefit local charities. Those who know of an organization that could benefit from Dancer Donations should call Drouin Dance Center at 854-2221.

Harriman named legion manager

The Stephen W. Manchester Post 62 of the American Legion has named Rose Harriman as its new hall manager at its headquarters, 17 Dunn St.

The post is accepting new bookings for parties, weddings and other events. To confirm bookings, Harriman is asking that anyone who has scheduled parties for December and for next year to call her at 856-7152.

Santa to visit

Residents Ray and Mary Benner, 111 Austin St., are hosting a visit from Santa 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, and Sunday, Dec. 16.

Woman’s club meeting Dec. 18

Westbrook Woman’s Club will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 18, at Westbrook-Warren Congregational Church, 810 Main St.

A catered lunch with baked ham, mashed potatoes, peas, salad, rolls and bread pudding will be served at 11:30 a.m. The cost is $8 per person and guests are welcome.

Required reservations must be made by Dec. 13 by calling Jean Thomas at 797-7873.

Members are reminded to take silent auction items and for more information to call Mary Libby at 854-0201. Westbrook High School musicians will entertain at 1 p.m.

Amy Maheux


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