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Annual K of C basketball free throw event to be held Jan. 15

Westborough – The Westborough Knights of Columbus, Council 85, has announced its annual basketball free throw competition for boys and girls ages 10 – 14. Thanks to Frank Desiata of Westborough Town Recreation and Westborough Schools, the competition will take place in the gymnasium of the Gibbons Middle School.

This year's competition will be held Tuesday, Jan. 15 (the snow date, if necessary, will be Jan. 22).? Register from 6 to 7 p.m., and the competition will commence promptly at 7 p.m.? An awards ceremony will follow with trophies given for the highest free throw baskets made in each age and gender category.

The Knights of Columbus is pleased to sponsor this competition each year absolutely free of charge.? Competition is open to all children ages 10 – 14.? Winners will progress through local, regional and finally state level play.

Registration forms may be completed the evening of Jan. 15 or the form may be downloaded off www.kofc85.org. Any questions concerning this event may be directed to Jim O”Connor at 508-868-4309.

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