Berwick flash mob. (Submitted photo)

Berwick residents surprise with a flash mob in Qualicum Beach

Beach balls and drumsticks highlight celebration

It’s been a full year since Berwick Qualicum Beach residents started to move in and they decided to celebrate in style.

Two busloads of people and one full of beach balls were brought to the Qualicum Beach waterfront last week to celebrate.

READ MORE: WATCH: Berwick Qualicum Beach residents keep on dancin’ during isolation

“On Aug. 26, 2019, we had our first residents move into BQB! What a year it’s been – with half of it during a pandemic! We are so grateful to have found ways to remain creative and joyful during these difficult times,” said Laurel Wright, active living manager.

— NEWS staff, submitted

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