From left center: Cutler Bay Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Mayor Peggy Bell, and Councilman Roger Coriat present a proclamation to Cutler Ridge Soccer Club at Cutler Ridge Park.
From left center: Cutler Bay Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Mayor Peggy Bell, and Councilman Roger Coriat present a proclamation to Cutler Ridge Soccer Club at Cutler Ridge Park. Town of Cutler Bay
From left center: Cutler Bay Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Mayor Peggy Bell, and Councilman Roger Coriat present a proclamation to Cutler Ridge Soccer Club at Cutler Ridge Park. Town of Cutler Bay

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