Sophia Shea inspects some unusual birds that appeared overnight at the Dogwood Drive home of her neighbor, Vickie Pershing. The permanently-postured pink flamingos are actually part of a 'You've Been Flocked' fund-raising drive to benefit the American Cancer Society's upcoming Relay for Life on March 14 and 15. People who've been 'flocked' are asked to make a donation, and then nominate someone else to be flocked. Coordinator for the flocking, on behalf of Wesley United Methodist Church, is Bo Booth at 248-4407.

Photo by QUENTIN ROUX

Sophia Shea inspects some unusual birds that appeared overnight at the Dogwood Drive home of her neighbor, Vickie Pershing. The permanently-postured pink flamingos are actually part of a "You've Been Flocked" fund-raising drive to benefit the American Cancer Society's upcoming Relay for Life on March 14 and 15. People who've been "flocked" are asked to make a donation, and then nominate someone else to be flocked. Coordinator for the flocking, on behalf of Wesley United Methodist Church, is Bo Booth at 248-4407.

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