From left: Marilyn Rams, Charlotte Marves, Cutler Bay Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Jose Rodriguez and Wendy Kirby at a monthly Communities for a Lifetime Committee meeting.
From left: Marilyn Rams, Charlotte Marves, Cutler Bay Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Jose Rodriguez and Wendy Kirby at a monthly Communities for a Lifetime Committee meeting. Town of Cutler Bay Photo provided to the Miami Herald
From left: Marilyn Rams, Charlotte Marves, Cutler Bay Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Jose Rodriguez and Wendy Kirby at a monthly Communities for a Lifetime Committee meeting. Town of Cutler Bay Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Two appointed to Cutler Bay Communities for a Lifetime committee

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