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Mayor receives ICON award from Miami Jewish Health Systems

Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine received the Annual ICON Award from former Miami Beach Commissioner and Chair of the Miami Jewish Health Systems ICON Awards Luncheon Elayne Weisburd on Jan. 8. Above, her poses with Weisburd and President and CEO of Miami Jewish Health Systems Jeffrey Freimark.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine received the Annual ICON Award from former Miami Beach Commissioner and Chair of the Miami Jewish Health Systems ICON Awards Luncheon Elayne Weisburd on Jan. 8. Above, her poses with Weisburd and President and CEO of Miami Jewish Health Systems Jeffrey Freimark. Miami Jewish Health Systems

Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine received the ICON award from Miami Jewish Health Systems on Jan. 8.

The organization gives this award to those “whose efforts have positively impacted South Florida with a lifelong commitment to giving back and making a lasting impression in the community,” according to a statement.

Elayne Wiesburd, ICON Award Chair and the first female Commissioner in the city of Miami Beach, presented the award to Levine.

The mayor was recognized for his work on the board of directors of Best Buddies International, a Miami-based nonprofit that works with people with developmental disabilities, and for his work in Clinton Global Initiative, among other involvement in local philanthropic organizations.

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