Paddy’s Day party brings Luck O’ the Rock to parents

Wendy Costanza, Audrey Gans and Stephanie Teeple

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Photo by Melanie Aalbers and Jennifer Wahl

Bird Rock Foundation’s “Luck O’ The Rock” gala and auction to benefit Bird Rock Elementary School took place on March 17 at Anthology in Little Italy. A touching and fun part of the evening occurred when mom Lisa Bonebrake sang “Thank You” by Dido (switched up a few words) to the parents and teachers with some of the Bird Rock Foundation members as backup singers. “Thank You” signs popped up throughout the venue and photos of kids and teachers were playing on all the video screens throughout the night.

Photos by Melanie Aalbers and Jennifer Wahl

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