Gallery: Rock in Pink draws hundreds to Bristol

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People started arriving early so they could get a good place to sit at the Bristol Town Beach complex. It was later estimated that approximately 1,000 people attended the Rock in Pink event in support of the Gloria Gemma Foundation's efforts to build the first community-based Garden of Hope in Bristol on the grounds of the soon to be Quinta-Gamelin Community Center. The event raised about $7,000 for the garden.

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