Officials and honorees cut the ribbon in front of a new LGBTQ sculpture on Saturday at Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park in North Miami. From left: North Miami Councilwoman Carol Keys; SAVE Executive Director Tony Lima; retired Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Victoria Sigler; state Rep. David Richardson, D-Miami Beach; former Miami-Dade Commissioner Ruth Shack; former North Miami Mayor Kevin Burns; North Miami Councilman Scott Galvin; artist Alan Gutierrez and Miami-Dade Circuit Judge David Young. In the background are Gordon’s daughter-in-law Liebe Gadinsky and son Seth Gadinsky.
Officials and honorees cut the ribbon in front of a new LGBTQ sculpture on Saturday at Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park in North Miami. From left: North Miami Councilwoman Carol Keys; SAVE Executive Director Tony Lima; retired Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Victoria Sigler; state Rep. David Richardson, D-Miami Beach; former Miami-Dade Commissioner Ruth Shack; former North Miami Mayor Kevin Burns; North Miami Councilman Scott Galvin; artist Alan Gutierrez and Miami-Dade Circuit Judge David Young. In the background are Gordon’s daughter-in-law Liebe Gadinsky and son Seth Gadinsky. STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@miamiherald.com
Officials and honorees cut the ribbon in front of a new LGBTQ sculpture on Saturday at Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park in North Miami. From left: North Miami Councilwoman Carol Keys; SAVE Executive Director Tony Lima; retired Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Victoria Sigler; state Rep. David Richardson, D-Miami Beach; former Miami-Dade Commissioner Ruth Shack; former North Miami Mayor Kevin Burns; North Miami Councilman Scott Galvin; artist Alan Gutierrez and Miami-Dade Circuit Judge David Young. In the background are Gordon’s daughter-in-law Liebe Gadinsky and son Seth Gadinsky. STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@miamiherald.com

LGBTQ pioneers and history makers honored with colorful sculpture in North Miami park

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