Gulliver Preparatory baseball players and Cutler Bay Neighborhood Resource Unit police officers collect toys for more than 30 Cutler Bay families.
Gulliver Preparatory baseball players and Cutler Bay Neighborhood Resource Unit police officers collect toys for more than 30 Cutler Bay families. Town of Cutler Bay Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Gulliver Preparatory baseball players and Cutler Bay Neighborhood Resource Unit police officers collect toys for more than 30 Cutler Bay families. Town of Cutler Bay Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Gulliver Prep, Neighborhood Resource Unit police officers collect toys for Cutler Bay families

December 20, 2016 06:08 PM

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