North Shore gets inspired at opening ceremony

Ellie, Gabby, Isabel, Lauren, Morgan (with Gwen), Taylor, Emma, Sarah and Eden of the Purple Rockers

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A fun-filled Opening Ceremony kicked off North Shore Girls Softball League’s 2011 season Feb. 4 at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center. During the evening, 285 local girls and their families gathered to hear the National Anthem performed by softball player Natalie Stafford. The crowd also got to watch the first pitch thrown out by Nikki Wood and caught by Madison Bambrick. After a dinner catered by Brett’s BBQ of Encinitas, the girls took part in a Parade of Teams, enjoyed a bake sale, and danced to music. Photos/Jon Clark

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