Community celebrates Birdstock 2011 event

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Photo by Pearl Preis

Birdstock 2011, the community celebration for Bird Rock residents, drew a crowd of about 300 people on Sunday.

Bird Rock Community Council President Joe Parker said it was a great event that included a 9/11 tribute to firefighters, represented by the local crew from Station 13.

He praised BRCC board members Shawn Richardson and Roni Lincoln, who coordinated the event, along with volunteers Pamela Garvey and Felicia Parker.

“They did a great job pulling it all together, from the music to the games and getting the Bird Rock Artist Guild and the BRE Peace Patrol involved,” Parker said.

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