Meridith Hankenson, far right, applauds as her daughter Schuyler Arakawa, 23, of Tampa, rolls into the ocean with Sabrina Cohen Foundation volunteers in Miami Beach. More than 10 people who use wheelchairs enjoyed time in the water during the opening of the nonprofit foundation’s Adaptive Beach Days sports program.
Meridith Hankenson, far right, applauds as her daughter Schuyler Arakawa, 23, of Tampa, rolls into the ocean with Sabrina Cohen Foundation volunteers in Miami Beach. More than 10 people who use wheelchairs enjoyed time in the water during the opening of the nonprofit foundation’s Adaptive Beach Days sports program. Miami Herald file 2016 mhalper@miamiherald.com
Meridith Hankenson, far right, applauds as her daughter Schuyler Arakawa, 23, of Tampa, rolls into the ocean with Sabrina Cohen Foundation volunteers in Miami Beach. More than 10 people who use wheelchairs enjoyed time in the water during the opening of the nonprofit foundation’s Adaptive Beach Days sports program. Miami Herald file 2016 mhalper@miamiherald.com

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