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  • David Pollard's family celebrate his birthday with at cookout

    Family members and Carver High baseball players remember coach David Pollard during a family gathering at Carver Park. Eleven months after Pollard was struck by a stolen car and killed on Buena Vista Road, family and friends celebrated his birthday and raised money for the baseball team.

David Pollard's family celebrate his birthday with at cookout

Family members and Carver High baseball players remember coach David Pollard during a family gathering at Carver Park. Eleven months after Pollard was struck by a stolen car and killed on Buena Vista Road, family and friends celebrated his birthday and raised money for the baseball team.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer