Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle and Mayor Peggy Bell present Cutler Ridge Women’s Club president Ann McAllister with a 60-year anniversary proclamation.
Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle and Mayor Peggy Bell present Cutler Ridge Women’s Club president Ann McAllister with a 60-year anniversary proclamation. Courtesy of Cutler Bay
Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle and Mayor Peggy Bell present Cutler Ridge Women’s Club president Ann McAllister with a 60-year anniversary proclamation. Courtesy of Cutler Bay

Cutler Bay Women’s Club celebrates 60th birthday

May 27, 2016 02:54 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2016 12:09 PM

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