Today, during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Marile, our children, and I reflect on the sad truth that childhood cancer remains the leading cause of death by disease for children under the age of 15.
Today we thank and recognize you our beloved South Florida friends and colleagues for your incredible generosity — donations and outpouring of support for all those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
We espcially thank our collegues who are volunteering in the disaster aid efforts with the American Red Cross.
The Labor Day weekend marks the end of the summer, peek of hurricane season (as we prepare for Hurricane Dorian) and the celebration of the American worker — their strength, ingenuity and work ethics.
Marile, our kids and I reflected on how traditional work has been redefined over the years with the advances in technology and its impact on the global economy and society as a whole.
Today we celebrate and reflect on the outstanding community service and dedication of Farm Share — one of South Florida’s largest non-profit organizations dedicated to alleviating hunger and fighting poverty.
We also recognize and congratulate Steve Shelley — Mayor of the City of Homestead and Farm Share’s new Chief Executive Officer for his service and leadership.
Today we start the road to Super Bowl LIV 2020 played right-here in our Miami …
Marile and I, invite you to join us and our like-minded influential business, community and civic leaders in showing the World — South Florida’s limitless generosity and compassion during Super Bowl LIV — by supporting the lifesaving mission of St. Jude: Finding Cures. Saving Children.®
Today, we reflect on and give thanks for the Southeast Regional Office for Hispanic Ministry and its Director, The Most Reverend Father Rafael Capó, who are positively impacting the lives of young Hispanics in our community.
This past Thursday, Marile and I were blessed to share our Catholic-life testimonials at the Young Hispanic Summer Leadership Institute — with an impressive and dynamic group of the next generation of Hispanic business, civic, religious and community leaders.
As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our great Nation, we reflect on the extraordinary blessings bestowed on us all — liberty, opportunity, and freedom from oppression.
Today, our family remembers how America stood as a beacon of freedom, hope and opportunity — when our birthplace of Cuba had become a place of fear, tyranny and oppression under a cruel and brutal dictatorship.