Reina Lobo holds her grandson, Julio, while receiving information from Nadine Gousse of the Human Services Coalition on how to enroll the boy in KidCare during a September 2010 enrollment event outside a Navarro Pharmacy in Hialeah.
Reina Lobo holds her grandson, Julio, while receiving information from Nadine Gousse of the Human Services Coalition on how to enroll the boy in KidCare during a September 2010 enrollment event outside a Navarro Pharmacy in Hialeah. Enrique Flor El Nuevo Herald
Reina Lobo holds her grandson, Julio, while receiving information from Nadine Gousse of the Human Services Coalition on how to enroll the boy in KidCare during a September 2010 enrollment event outside a Navarro Pharmacy in Hialeah. Enrique Flor El Nuevo Herald

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