From left: Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau President William D. Talbert III, Miami District 5 Commissioner Keon Hardemon, GMCVB Multicultural Tourism Committee chairwoman Carole Ann Taylor, Collaborative Development Corporation (CDC) President Jihad S. Rashid, CDC Board Member Brenda Rivers, civil rights leader Thelma Gibson, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, and GMCVB VP of Multicultural Tourism and Development Connie Kinnard cut a ceremonial ribbon to officially open the new Coconut Grove Village West Visitor Center in the KROMA Gallery on Grand Avenue on Monday, July 20, 2015.
From left: Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau President William D. Talbert III, Miami District 5 Commissioner Keon Hardemon, GMCVB Multicultural Tourism Committee chairwoman Carole Ann Taylor, Collaborative Development Corporation (CDC) President Jihad S. Rashid, CDC Board Member Brenda Rivers, civil rights leader Thelma Gibson, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, and GMCVB VP of Multicultural Tourism and Development Connie Kinnard cut a ceremonial ribbon to officially open the new Coconut Grove Village West Visitor Center in the KROMA Gallery on Grand Avenue on Monday, July 20, 2015. JESSICA BAL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
From left: Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau President William D. Talbert III, Miami District 5 Commissioner Keon Hardemon, GMCVB Multicultural Tourism Committee chairwoman Carole Ann Taylor, Collaborative Development Corporation (CDC) President Jihad S. Rashid, CDC Board Member Brenda Rivers, civil rights leader Thelma Gibson, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, and GMCVB VP of Multicultural Tourism and Development Connie Kinnard cut a ceremonial ribbon to officially open the new Coconut Grove Village West Visitor Center in the KROMA Gallery on Grand Avenue on Monday, July 20, 2015. JESSICA BAL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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