From left to right: Richard DiBenedetto, head of Florida Rock Stars; Cheryl A. Lawko, vice president of resource development for the Special Olympics in Miami-Dade County; and Steven Bateman. Lawko told the Herald the Special Olympics were supposed to partner with the Autism Resource Center, but it never happened.
From left to right: Richard DiBenedetto, head of Florida Rock Stars; Cheryl A. Lawko, vice president of resource development for the Special Olympics in Miami-Dade County; and Steven Bateman. Lawko told the Herald the Special Olympics were supposed to partner with the Autism Resource Center, but it never happened. City of Homestead
From left to right: Richard DiBenedetto, head of Florida Rock Stars; Cheryl A. Lawko, vice president of resource development for the Special Olympics in Miami-Dade County; and Steven Bateman. Lawko told the Herald the Special Olympics were supposed to partner with the Autism Resource Center, but it never happened. City of Homestead

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