Victory Center supporters celebrate at the 2016 gala fundraising event. The school in North Miami Beach helps students who have autism and developmental disabilities. Back row from left: Lainie Berman, Amanda Bigham, Tracey Robinson, Logan McDowell, Alexandra Soegaard, John Knight, Shannon Barton, Lindsey Jorgensen, Maria Soto, Tiffany Morhaim and Anita Tomic. Middle row from left: Nina Gonzalez, Tara Loughrey, Leannie Hodgson, Diana Lozano, Jaqueline Barrionuevo and Jasmine Camacho. Front row from left: Nikki Conroy, Andres Tejada-Lalinde, Giovanni Venetico and Annie Isabella.
Victory Center supporters celebrate at the 2016 gala fundraising event. The school in North Miami Beach helps students who have autism and developmental disabilities. Back row from left: Lainie Berman, Amanda Bigham, Tracey Robinson, Logan McDowell, Alexandra Soegaard, John Knight, Shannon Barton, Lindsey Jorgensen, Maria Soto, Tiffany Morhaim and Anita Tomic. Middle row from left: Nina Gonzalez, Tara Loughrey, Leannie Hodgson, Diana Lozano, Jaqueline Barrionuevo and Jasmine Camacho. Front row from left: Nikki Conroy, Andres Tejada-Lalinde, Giovanni Venetico and Annie Isabella. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Victory Center supporters celebrate at the 2016 gala fundraising event. The school in North Miami Beach helps students who have autism and developmental disabilities. Back row from left: Lainie Berman, Amanda Bigham, Tracey Robinson, Logan McDowell, Alexandra Soegaard, John Knight, Shannon Barton, Lindsey Jorgensen, Maria Soto, Tiffany Morhaim and Anita Tomic. Middle row from left: Nina Gonzalez, Tara Loughrey, Leannie Hodgson, Diana Lozano, Jaqueline Barrionuevo and Jasmine Camacho. Front row from left: Nikki Conroy, Andres Tejada-Lalinde, Giovanni Venetico and Annie Isabella. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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