Lynne and Augie Nieto at the 12th annual Augie’s Quest Bash at the IHRSA Convention & Trade Show. Their nonprofit has raised more than $35 million since Nieto was diagnosed with ALS in 2005.
Lynne and Augie Nieto at the 12th annual Augie’s Quest Bash at the IHRSA Convention & Trade Show. Their nonprofit has raised more than $35 million since Nieto was diagnosed with ALS in 2005. STEVE COHN Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Lynne and Augie Nieto at the 12th annual Augie’s Quest Bash at the IHRSA Convention & Trade Show. Their nonprofit has raised more than $35 million since Nieto was diagnosed with ALS in 2005. STEVE COHN Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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