On Dec. 3, Cutler Bay will be adorned with six new dolphin-shaped recycling bins throughout three different parks. The project was devised by eighth-grader Noah LaFleur, who felt that his community needed an incentive to take care of its surrounding environment.
On Dec. 3, Cutler Bay will be adorned with six new dolphin-shaped recycling bins throughout three different parks. The project was devised by eighth-grader Noah LaFleur, who felt that his community needed an incentive to take care of its surrounding environment. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
On Dec. 3, Cutler Bay will be adorned with six new dolphin-shaped recycling bins throughout three different parks. The project was devised by eighth-grader Noah LaFleur, who felt that his community needed an incentive to take care of its surrounding environment. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Cutler Bay eighth-grader’s environment-awareness project comes to life

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