Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, center, and council member Sue Ellen Loyzelle, left center, with participants from the third annual Senior Games.
Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, center, and council member Sue Ellen Loyzelle, left center, with participants from the third annual Senior Games. TOWN OF CUTLER BAY Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, center, and council member Sue Ellen Loyzelle, left center, with participants from the third annual Senior Games. TOWN OF CUTLER BAY Photo provided to the Miami Herald

80 participate in Cutler Bay’s third annual Senior Games

October 27, 2016 02:20 PM

UPDATED October 27, 2016 02:51 PM

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