Protection: Cousins on Hollywood Beach apply sunscreen to each other: (l-r) Jessica Frometa; Tara Nodarse; Tracy Nodarse; Jacklyn Frometa; and mom Rosa Frometa.
Protection: Cousins on Hollywood Beach apply sunscreen to each other: (l-r) Jessica Frometa; Tara Nodarse; Tracy Nodarse; Jacklyn Frometa; and mom Rosa Frometa. walter michot Miami Herald File Photo
Protection: Cousins on Hollywood Beach apply sunscreen to each other: (l-r) Jessica Frometa; Tara Nodarse; Tracy Nodarse; Jacklyn Frometa; and mom Rosa Frometa. walter michot Miami Herald File Photo

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