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22nd Berkley Reunion

The Berkley Reunion celebrated its 22nd Year on August 5-7 with loads of sunshine, food, family, friends and fellowship. The annual community reunion is the area’s oldest gathering to celebrate ties to the neighborhood that many people in Norfolk call home. Singing groups and various entertainment for young and old made for another year to remember.

grand marshall 2016 Grand Marshal, George “Buck” Fuller

Historical Berkley Historical Society director Ann Boone, (3rd from left), shares the stage with reunion volunteers

Donna Mrs. Donna Alexander, Norfolk’s first lady, greets resident

NJG Sign New Journal and Guide Publisher Brenda H. Andrews displays company banner as one of the reunion corporate sponsors.

Q,LIsa BA Publisher Andrews (center) with reunion co-founder, Quentin Fields and reunion chairperson Lisa Wilder

Mayor Mayor Kenneth Alexander, a Berkley native, is all smiles during Sunday’s salute to his recent victory election.

singing Gospel group Dimension of Portsmouth performs on Sunday

Team 1 Carl Richardson (centered in green) with basketball Team 1

team 2 Carl Richardson (centered in green) with basketball Team 2

team 3 Carl Richardson (in rear) with basketball Team 3

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