Catalina Santiago, 18, looking delighted after receiving a Cool Tie from Community Art Cool Ties founders Suzanne Moe and Marcela Noriega. The two ladies started the project to help address the heat problem that farm workers face. They intend to take the project across the state and beyond.
Catalina Santiago, 18, looking delighted after receiving a Cool Tie from Community Art Cool Ties founders Suzanne Moe and Marcela Noriega. The two ladies started the project to help address the heat problem that farm workers face. They intend to take the project across the state and beyond. Isaac Imaka Special to the Miami Herald
Catalina Santiago, 18, looking delighted after receiving a Cool Tie from Community Art Cool Ties founders Suzanne Moe and Marcela Noriega. The two ladies started the project to help address the heat problem that farm workers face. They intend to take the project across the state and beyond. Isaac Imaka Special to the Miami Herald

Artists in Homestead devise cool accessory to beat the heat

July 10, 2015 03:10 PM

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