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Lauderdale celebrates marine industry

Hundreds of marine industry employees and local residents enjoyed the 4th annual Marine Industry Day in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. Entertained by three live bands, food trucks, and family-friendly activities sprinkled throughout Esplanade Park on the New River, attendees were also exposed to various marine industry jobs, educational institutions and companies. The Marine Industries Association of South Florida hosts the annual summer event. Photos by Lucy Chabot Reed

 

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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