David Starr received a special thanks at the opening of AppleFest for the "musical contribution" he has made to the community.
At a short presentation on Saturday morning at the town's Centennial Bandstand, Mayor Pat Means presented Starr with a certificate and unveiled a bronze plaque on the bandstand.
The plaque states: Honorary recognition to David. M. Starr for his musical contributions to Cedaredge.
The plaque notes its presentation by the Surface Creek Lions Club, Cedaredge Rotary, Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Town of Cedaredge. The organizations participated in building the bandstand.
Starr was a leading figure working behind the scenes to help raise money and support for the Centennial Bandstand project.
His concert performances and productions have made notable contributions to the Surface Creek Valley's cultural landscape and entertainment industry. He has supported many projects of the local Chamber of Commerce.
Starr is the owner of Starr's Guitars on Main Street.blog comments powered by Disqus