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We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Saturday at 2 o’clock. Please do not attend this event if you have recently tested positive for a Covid-19 or are experiencing symptoms. While activities held outdoors are considered to be relatively safe and efforts have been taken to reduce spread, there is a risk of exposure with any large group activity. Please use your own best judgement for your family and please be respectful of different comfort levels. All participation is at your own risk.
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The first families moved into Burke Station the summer of 1971. Over the next 20 years, our neighborhood grew into a vibrant community of 504 townhouses and single family homes. We are now celebrating our 50th Anniversary and are asking residents to share their favorite memories, pictures, and stories of living in Burke Station on this Facebook page.
“My family moved here in February 1972. I once asked my daughter, who is now 50, what it was like living here. She responded, “Mom, it was like living in Mayberry RFD.” We have vivid memories of swim team meets, Memorial Day bicycle parades, and Halloween parties.” – Anne Plummer
What are your family’s favorite recollections of your life here in Burke Station? What was Burke Station like when you moved in? Do you have any memories, stories, or pictures you could share? What is the best thing about living here?
If you still keep in touch with former residents, please invite them to attend our celebration and ask them to share any recollections or pictures here as well. If you would like to volunteer to help, please email BurkeStation50@gmail.com”