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Learn to Skate Season Kicks Off


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Chief Mark Chambers is pleased to announce that on Saturday February 5, Westford Police Officers hosted the first ever Learn to Skate event at Good Pickin’ Farm in Westford.  

The event, which included approximately ten members of the Westford Police Department, was hosted by the Westford Police Community Event Team, headed by Lt.  Brian Gendron. The event attracted more than forty enthusiastic youth skaters between the ages of 4 and 10 who got to learn the basics of skating directly from Westford Police Officers. In addition, the attendees got to participate in various games, activities and skill-building exercises.  

Photo courtesy of Patti Mason of the Westford Rotary Club and Westford Community

The Westford Police Association’s will be hosting another learn to skate event on Saturday February 19, weather permitting. Directions on how to sign up for that  event will be forthcoming.  

Chief Chambers and the Westford Police Community Event Team wish to thank the  following organizations for their partnerships in helping make this event a success;  Westford Remembers Fund, Chelmsford Police Athletic League, Christopher’s Towing,  Joe’s Towing, Westford Rotary, Friends of Westford, Good Pickin’ Farm, Frontline  Promotions, Instant Portables Porta-Potties, Westford Police Association and the  Westford Superior Officer’s Association.  

WPD Officers who volunteered at the event:

Chief Mark Chambers 

Deputy Chief Ronald Paulauskas 

Lieutenant Brian Gendron 

Lieutenant Michael Breault 

Detective Anthony Bernadin 

Officer Robert Musto 

Officer Paul Selfridge 

Officer Timothy Jansen 

Officer Joseph Chenell 

Officer Michael Barck 

Officer Matthew Bunyon 

Officer Brett Fitzgerald


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