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Marine industry holiday party by USSA, MIASF, FYBA, MICF and YPY

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Ugly holiday sweaters abounded at the marine industry toy drive and holiday party at the Stranahan House in Ft. Lauderdale last night. The event was sponsored by USSA, MIASF, FYBA, MICF and YPY. PHOTOS BY LUCY REED

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