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August 2018

On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, the Annual 9-11 Ceremony will be held at the Law Enforcement Memorial site in Tropical Park at 9:30 a.m.  The POAT sponsors this ceremony every year in conjunction with Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. This ceremony is to remember and honor our country’s heroes who were killed in the line of duty responding to the attack on our nation. Of the nearly 3,000 people who were killed on 9/11; 343 firefighters and 72 law enforcement officers lost their lives while performing their duties.  Thanks to their heroic efforts, thousands of lives were rescued and saved.

It is important that we never forget all of the heroes that perished that tragic day. Please make every effort to attend.

When doing your shopping online at Amazon, you can have a percentage of the purchase amount go to POAT by shopping at www.smile.amazon.com and registering POAT as your charity of choice; then continue to shop on www.smile.amazon.comEvery little bit helps! Sign up today.

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July 2018

 

The Cutler Bay Fun Ride was held on Saturday June 2, 2018, at Cutler Ridge Park in the Town of Cutler Bay.  The event included a golf cart parade through the community.  When the parade ended, all enjoyed BBQ, refreshments and music.  This provided the opportunity for the police and community to interact and enjoy a day at the park.  A golf cart was raffled and the lucky winner left with a brand new golf cart, ready to lead the way for next year!  Thanks to all that participated! Proceeds from the event were all donated to POAT!

Collaboration is Key… On June 26, 2018, the Miami-Dade Police Department had a ceremony to unveil their “Hall of Honor”, honoring the memory of the men and women who dedicated their lives serving and protecting the citizens of Miami-Dade County.  This project was no easy feat.  Miami-Dade Police Department always wanted to have a special place to pay homage and remember its fallen officers.  What better place than the hallway on the first floor of the Fred Taylor Headquarters Building, leading from the Front Desk to the Personnel Management Bureau.  After a lot of meetings, and creative ideas generated, it finally came to fruition.  The “Hall of Honor” could not have been completed without the monetary assistance from the Dade County Police Benevolent Association (PBA), Hispanic Police Officers Association (HPOA), Professional Law Enforcement Association (PLEA), Progressive Officers Club (POC), Police Officer Assistance Trust (POAT), along with members of the Miami-Dade Police Department.  A lovely continental breakfast was sponsored by Panasonic Corporation for the families in attendance.

It is because of those brave men and women that we enjoy peace and tranquility in our communities.  It is the hope of the Miami-Dade Police Department that those who visit the “Hall of Honor” will pause, read the names, and reflect.  They lived to make a difference.  And they died as they lived.

On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, the Annual 9-11 Ceremony will be held at the Law Enforcement Memorial site in Tropical Park at 9:30 a.m.  The POAT sponsors this ceremony every year in conjunction with Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. This ceremony is to remember and honor our country’s heroes who were killed in the line of duty responding to the attack on our nation. Of the nearly 3,000 people who were killed on 9/11; 343 firefighters and 72 law enforcement officers lost their lives while performing their duties.  Thanks to their heroic efforts, thousands of lives were rescued and saved.

It is important that we never forget all of the heroes that perished that tragic day. Please make every effort to attend.

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June 2018

Wishing all the father’s a very Happy Father’s Day!


On Saturday, April 21, 2018 the POAT Walk Team participated in the Walk to Cure Diabetes at Virginia Key Beach was a great success. The POAT walk team raised $28,460 in sponsorship and donations. Thanks to everyone for your continued support year after year.

The 37th Annual Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony was held on Thursday, May 3, 2018, as we honored federal, state, and municipal officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting and serving the citizens of Miami-Dade County.  These brave men and women left behind husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, friends, and partners.

It has been 30 years since Miami-Dade Police Department Officers David Strzalkowski and Richard Boles were shot and killed.  Officer Strzalkowski sons Eric and Sean, both deputies with the Broward Sheriff’s Office paid tribute to their father.  Both Eric and Sean serve as mentors for Outward Bound Retreats for young adults, a Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) program who have lost a parent in the line-of-duty.

It has also been 30 years since Miami Beach Officer Scott Rakow was shot and killed while chasing a subject, leaving behind a 6-month-old baby girl.  This baby girl has grown into a beautiful young woman with a 1-year-old baby girl of her own.  Erica Rakow-Reynolds is an accomplished news reporter who served as the Mistress of Ceremonies.  Erica reminded those in attendance that… we are in this together.  We are family.

The Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children was held on Sunday, May 6, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. It was another well-organized and enjoyable ride to the Florida Keys supporting our Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children. We would like to thank Rudy Gonzalez and his crew for once again coordinating another great event benefiting a great cause. Thank you to all that participated in the ride and be looking for the next ride in December.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The winners of the POAT scholarships were presented at the June POAT board meeting.  We would like to congratulate the recipients: 

Roger Castillo Scholarship – Mauro Oliveira Jr., son of  Officer Mauro Oliveira
Amanda Haworth Scholarship – Jade Marx, daughter of Officer Lissette Fernandez
Paul Janosky Criminal Justice Scholarship – Alexandra Jean-Lestin, daughter of Officer Simone Desir
Mike Byrd Scholarship – Angela Moon, daughter of Sergeant Chris Moon
Christopher Todd Police Science Scholarship – Sarah Sliman, daughter of Lt. Ronald Sliman and Sergeant Patricia Sedano-Siman
Paul Janosky Art Scholarship – Sarah Sliman, daughter of Lt. Ronald Sliman and Sergeant Patricia Sedano-Siman

The Town of Cutler Bay is coordinating a Fun Ride Golf Cart Parade to raise funds for POAT. The parade will be held on Saturday June 2, 2018 at Cutler Ridge Park (10100 SW 200th Street) A $20 donation per golf cart can be paid via online registration until June 1st (www.eventbrite.com) or cash on event day. Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. and the parade starts at 3:00 p.m. There will be music, food, drinks, Police K9, Aviation, Bomb Squad Exhibits and more…

Thanks for your support and stay safe.

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May 2018


The Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children will be held on Sunday May 6, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.  The ride begins at the Miami-Dade Police Department Headquarters Building, 9105 NW 25 Street. Registration for the event is $20 per bike.  A commemorative t-shirt will be given to each registered rider (while supplies last). Online registration will be available soon on our website www.poat.org

The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony will be held at Tropical Park beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, 2018.  All Miami-Dade County officers who have died in the line of duty dating back to 1895, are honored at this ceremony.  It is our duty to honor the memory of those officers who have died protecting and serving the citizens of Miami-Dade County.  If you have never been to this ceremony, you owe it to yourself to attend.

The POAT Board of Directors and the entire Miami-Dade County law enforcement community would like to thank Andy Valdes, owner of A American Painting and Concrete Restoration, for repairing and painting the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Wall, with the help of his wonderful crew, just in time for our upcoming event.

Annual Remembering Our Fallen Heroes Memorial Golf Outing, will be held at the exclusive Indian Creek Country Club on Monday, May 7, 2018. Golfers throughout South Florida will be teeing up for a chance to assist Miami-Dade County fallen officers’ families.  The entrance fee is $250.00 per golfer.  This fee includes breakfast and a buffet luncheon at the Clubhouse following play. Come help support your law enforcement community as you enjoy an extraordinary day of golf at this exceptional and restricted venue. Please contact Annette McCully at 305-970-2776

The Town of Cutler Bay is coordinating a Fun Ride Golf Cart Parade to raise funds for POAT. The parade will be held on Saturday June 2, 2018 at Cutler Ridge Park (10100 SW 200th Street) A $20 donation per golf cart can be paid via online registration (www.eventbrite.com) or cash on event day. Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. and the parade starts at 3:00 p.m. There will be music, food, drinks, Police K9, Aviation, Bomb Squad Exhibits and more…

Thanks for your support and stay safe.

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April 2018


Come join us for the Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, April 21, 2018.  The walk starts at 8:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 7:00 a.m., at Virginia Key Beach.  This is a fun family day at the beach while supporting a good cause. All of the officers and/or their family members who are affected by diabetes are grateful and humbled by the momentum this event has gained over the years and the overwhelming response from the law enforcement community.  POAT has raised $818,594 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) since we began participating in 2003.  To register to walk for the POAT Team, log onto www.JDRF.org; navigate to the Miami Walk and complete the registration, designating POAT as your team when that specific field appears.  Remember, this is a fundraiser which requires everyone who walks to raise money for JDRF to help fund research worldwide.  We look forward to your participation and support for the POAT Walk Team. If you have any questions, please contact the POAT office at (305) 594-6662.

The Board of Directors of the Police Officer Assistance Trust is proud to offer six scholarships this year. These $1000 scholarships are available to the son or daughter of any full-time law enforcement officer employed by any agency in Miami-Dade County.

Paul Janosky Art and Criminal Justice Scholarships (two separate scholarships)

Mike Byrd Crime Scene Investigation Scholarship

Christopher W. Todd Law Related Majors Scholarship (also available to officers)

Roger Castillo Perseverance Scholarship

Amanda Haworth Perseverance Scholarship

One recipient for each scholarship will be selected and will receive a $1000.00 check to use towards his or her college expenses.  All applications must be received by May 1, 2018.  Please visit our website at www.poat.org for specific guidelines and requirements.

For further information, you may also contact the POAT office at 305-594-6662 or poatoffice@msn.com.

The Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children will be held on Sunday May 6, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.  The ride begins at the Miami-Dade Police Department Headquarters Building, 9105 NW 25 Street. Registration for the event is $20 per bike.  A commemorative t-shirt will be given to each registered rider (while supplies last). Online registration will be available soon on our website www.poat.org

The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony will be held at Tropical Park beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, 2018.  All Miami-Dade County officers who have died in the line of duty dating back to 1895, are honored at this ceremony.  It is our duty to honor the memory of those officers who have died protecting and serving the citizens of Miami-Dade County.  If you have never been to this ceremony, you owe it to yourself to attend.

The POAT Board of Directors and the entire Miami-Dade County law enforcement community would like to thank Andy Valdes, owner of A American Painting and Concrete Restoration, for repairing and painting the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Wall, with the help of his wonderful crew, just in time for our upcoming event.

Annual Remembering Our Fallen Heroes Memorial Golf Outing, will be held at the exclusive Indian Creek Country Club on Monday, May 7, 2018. Golfers throughout South Florida will be teeing up for a chance to assist Miami-Dade County fallen officers’ families.  The entrance fee is $250.00 per golfer.  This fee includes breakfast and a buffet luncheon at the Clubhouse following play. Come help support your law enforcement community as you enjoy an extraordinary day of golf at this exceptional and restricted venue. Please contact Annette McCully at 305-970-2776

The Town of Cutler Bay is coordinating a Fun Ride Golf Cart Parade to raise funds for POAT. The parade will be held on Saturday June 2, 2018 at Cutler Ridge Park (10100 SW 200th Street) A $20 donation per golf cart can be paid via online registration (www.eventbrite.com) or cash on event day. Registration starts at 2:00 p.m. and the parade starts at 3:00 p.m. There will be music, food, drinks, Police K9, Aviation, Bomb Squad Exhibits and more…

 

Thanks for your support and stay safe.

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March 2018



Come join us for the Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, April 21, 2018.  The walk starts at 8:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 7:00 a.m., at Virginia Key Beach.  This is a fun family day at the beach while supporting a good cause. All of the officers and/or their family members who are affected by diabetes are grateful and humbled by the momentum this event has gained over the years and the overwhelming response from the law enforcement community.  POAT has raised $818,594 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) since we began participating in 2003.  To register to walk for the POAT Team, log onto www.JDRF.org; navigate to the Miami Walk and complete the registration, designating POAT as your team when that specific field appears.  Remember, this is a fundraiser which requires everyone who walks to raise money for JDRF to help fund research worldwide.  We look forward to your participation and support for the POAT Walk Team. If you have any questions, please contact the POAT office at (305) 594-6662.

 

The Board of Directors of the Police Officer Assistance Trust is proud to offer six scholarships this year. These $1000 scholarships are available to the son or daughter of any full-time law enforcement officer employed by any agency in Miami-Dade County.

Paul Janosky Art and Criminal Justice Scholarships (two separate scholarships)

Mike Byrd Crime Scene Investigation Scholarship

Christopher W. Todd Law Related Majors Scholarship (also available to officers)

Roger Castillo Perseverance Scholarship

Amanda Haworth Perseverance Scholarship

One recipient for each scholarship will be selected and will receive a $1000.00 check to use towards his or her college expenses.  All applications must be received by May 1, 2018.  Please visit our website at www.poat.org for specific guidelines and requirements.

For further information, you may also contact the POAT office at 305-594-6662 or poatoffice@msn.com.

 

The Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children will be held on Sunday May 6, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.  The ride begins at the Miami-Dade Police Department Headquarters Building, 9105 NW 25 Street. Registration for the event is $20 per bike.  A commemorative t-shirt will be given to each registered rider (while supplies last). Online registration will be available soon on our website www.poat.org

 

The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony will be held at Tropical Park beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, 2018.  All Miami-Dade County officers who have died in the line of duty dating back to 1895, are honored at this ceremony.  It is our duty to honor the memory of those officers who have died protecting and serving the citizens of Miami-Dade County.  If you have never been to this ceremony, you owe it to yourself to attend.

 

Annual Remembering Our Fallen Heroes Memorial Golf Outing, will be held at the exclusive Indian Creek Country Club on Monday, May 7, 2018. Golfers throughout South Florida will be teeing up for a chance to assist Miami-Dade County fallen officers’ families.  The entrance fee is $250.00 per golfer.  This fee includes breakfast and a buffet luncheon at the Clubhouse following play. Come help support your law enforcement community as you enjoy an extraordinary day of golf at this exceptional and restricted venue. Please contact Annette McCully at 305-970-2776

 

Thanks for your support and stay safe.

 

 

 

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June 2017

 Wishing all the fathers a very happy Father’s Day!


The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony was a very moving event for all in attendance. Unfortunately, four names were added to the Wall of Honor this year:

Officer Eva Mae Jones, Miami-Dade Corrections
Officer Jorge Sanchez, Miami Police Department
Officer Henry Mc Aleenan Jr., Miami-Dade Police Department
Agent Rickey O’Donald, Federal Bureau of Investigations

All of the speeches from family members and colleagues were very touching. We would like to thank everyone involved in the planning and implementation of another memorable ceremony honoring all of our fallen heroes, as well as all of you who attended.

The Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children was held on Sunday, May 7, 2017. From all of us here at the Police Officer Assistance Trust (POAT), and all of the children who continue to receive gifts every holiday because of your generosity and assistance, we want to thank you for your continued support of our Cops Ride for Kids.  Our May 2017 ride was a success with over 600 motorcycles participating in the ride to Islamorada. Unfortunately, we also had a horrific event occur before our ride. As most of you are aware, Major Ricky Carter was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on I-75.  Major Carter was travelling to the POAT Motorcycle Ride benefitting the surviving children of fallen officers; the same organization that now stands to provide assistance to Ricky and his family. Donations for him can be made at www.poat.org.  Click on the Give Direct icon and type “Ricky Carter” in the comment section.

On Saturday, April 29, 2017 the POAT Walk Team participated in the Walk to Cure Diabetes at Virginia Key Beach was a great success. The POAT walk team raised $36,280 in sponsorship and donations. Thanks to everyone for your continued support year after year.

Thank you for your support and stay safe!

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March 2017

March logoMay your pockets be heavy and your heart be light,
May good luck pursue you each morning and night.
~Irish Blessing


Come join us for the Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, April 29, 2017.  The walk starts at 8:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 7:00 a.m., at Virginia Key Beach.  This is a fun family day at the beach while supporting a good cause. All of the officers and/or their family members who are affected by diabetes are grateful and humbled by the momentum this event has gained over the years and the overwhelming response from the law enforcement community.  POAT has raised $780,192 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) since we began participating in 2003.  To register to walk for the POAT Team, log onto www.JDRF.org; navigate to the Miami Walk and complete the registration, designating POAT as your team when that specific field appears.  Remember, this is a fundraiser which requires everyone who walks to raise money for JDRF to help fund research worldwide.  We look forward to your participation and support for the POAT Walk Team. If you have any questions, please contact the POAT office at (305) 594-6662.

The Board of Directors of the Police Officer Assistance Trust is proud to offer six scholarships this year.  These $1000 scholarships are available to the son or daughter of any full-time law enforcement officer employed by any agency in Miami-Dade County.

Paul Janosky Art and Criminal Justice Scholarships (two separate scholarships)
Mike Byrd Crime Scene Investigation Scholarship
Christopher W. Todd Law Related Majors Scholarship (also available to officers)
Roger Castillo Perseverance Scholarship
Amanda Haworth Perseverance Scholarship

One recipient for each scholarship will be selected and will receive a $1000.00 check to use towards his or her college expenses.  All applications must be received by May 1, 2017.  Please visit our website at www.poat.org for specific guidelines and requirements.  For further information, you may also contact the POAT office at 305-594-6662 or poatoffice@msn.com.

The Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children will be held on Sunday, May 7, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.  The ride begins at the Miami-Dade Police Department Headquarters Building, 9105 NW 25 Street. Registration for the event is $20 per bike.  A commemorative t-shirt will be given to each registered rider (while supplies last).  Please contact Rudy Gonzalez at copsrideforkids@aol.com or the POAT office for details.   

The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony will be held at Tropical Park beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 4, 2017.  All Miami-Dade County officers who have died in the line of duty dating back to 1895, are honored at this ceremony.  It is our duty to honor the memory of those officers who have died protecting and serving the citizens of Miami-Dade County.  If you have never been to this ceremony, you owe it to yourself to attend.

Annual Remembering Our Fallen Heroes Memorial Golf Outing, at the exclusive Indian Creek Country Club on Wednesday, May 3, 2017. Golfers throughout South Florida will be teeing up for a chance to assist Miami-Dade County fallen officers’ families.  The entrance fee is $250.00 per golfer.  This fee includes breakfast and a buffet luncheon at the Clubhouse following play. Come help support your law enforcement community as you enjoy an extraordinary day of golf at this exceptional and restricted venue. Please contact Annette McCully at 305-970-2776

 

Thanks for your support and stay safe.

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February 2017

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Come join us for the Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, April 29, 2017.  The walk starts at 8:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 7:00 a.m., at Virginia Key Beach.  This is a fun family day at the beach while supporting a good cause. All of the officers and/or their family members who are affected by diabetes are grateful and humbled by the momentum this event has gained over the years and the overwhelming response from the law enforcement community.  POAT has raised $780,192 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) since we began participating in 2003.  To register to walk for the POAT Team, log onto www.JDRF.org; navigate to the Miami Walk and complete the registration, designating POAT as your team when that specific field appears.  Remember, this is a fundraiser which requires everyone who walks to raise money for JDRF to help fund research worldwide.  We look forward to your participation and support for the POAT Walk Team. If you have any questions, please contact the POAT office at (305) 594-6662.

The Homerun for Heroes Kickball Tournament Wonderful weather, great times and memories made. Thank you for a wonderful turnout and for all the support. The next tournament will be held January 12-13, 2018. The final standings were:

1st   Ballz Deep – MDPD
2nd  Los Patabolas  – MDPD
3rd   Even Cops Need Heroes – MDFR

The Board of Directors of the Police Officer Assistance Trust is proud to offer six scholarships.  Each one is named in honor of a Miami-Dade Police Officer who dutifully served his or her community. These $1000 scholarships are available to the son or daughter of any full-time law enforcement officer employed by any agency in Miami-Dade County.

Paul Janosky Art and Criminal Justice Scholarships (two separate scholarships)
Mike Byrd Crime Scene Investigation Scholarship
Christopher W. Todd Police Science Scholarship (also available to police officers)
Roger Castillo Perseverance Scholarship
Amanda Haworth Perseverance Scholarship

One recipient for each scholarship will be selected and will receive a $1000.00 check to use towards his or her college expenses.  All applications must be received by May 1, 2017.  Please visit our website at www.poat.org for specific guidelines and requirements. For further information, you may also contact the POAT office at 305-594-6662 or poatoffice@msn.com.

Thanks for your support and stay safe.
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January 2017

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The Staff and Board of Directors at POAT would like to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!

The Homerun for Heroes Fourth Annual Kickball Tournament will be held at Kendall Indian Hammocks Park on January 13-14, 2017. The park is located at 11395 SW 79 Street. If interested in forming a team, contact Lieutenant Thamy Gonzalez at 305-216-6605 or email u302132@mdpd.com. Team Registration Fee is $300. Each team will receive 15 t-shirts. Online Registration is available at www.poat.org.

The Cops Ride for Kids Motorcycle Ride to benefit POAT’s Holiday Gifts for Surviving Children consisted of over 600 motorcyclists enjoying a beautiful day with a ride to the Keys. We would like to thank everyone who participated in the ride and the coordinators who put this together.  The next ride is scheduled for May 2017.

We would like to thank everyone who took the time out of their busy schedule to work one of the donation tables at the malls this holiday season.  The joy our efforts bring to the children of our fallen brothers and sisters is huge, and all of the volunteers who helped raise funds for this meaningful program should take great pride in a job well done.  I know we speak for all of the surviving children when we say, “Thank You!”

Come join us for the Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, April 09, 2017.  The walk starts at 8:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 7:00 a.m., at Virginia Key Beach.  This is a fun family day at the beach while supporting a good cause. All of the officers and/or their family members who are affected by diabetes are grateful and humbled by the momentum this event has gained over the years and the overwhelming response from the law enforcement community.  POAT has raised $780,192 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) since we began participating in 2003.  To register to walk for the POAT Team, log onto www.JDRF.org; navigate to the Miami Walk and complete the registration, designating POAT as your team when that specific field appears.  Remember, this is a fundraiser which requires everyone who walks to raise money for JDRF to help fund research worldwide.  We look forward to your participation and support for the POAT Walk Team. If you have any questions, please contact the POAT office at (305) 594-6662.

 

Thanks for Your Support and Stay Safe!
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