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Marine Industry Cares Foundation Traveling Plate

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About 50 marine industry professionals attended a sit-down dinner to benefit the Marine Industry Cares Foundation at Lauderdale Marine Center in late September. Prepared by yacht Chef Peter Ziegelmeier, the dinner showcased the skills of students in the culinary program at ARC Broward, an agency that provides courses and support for children and adults with emotional and developmental disabilities. PHOTOS/LUCY REED

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

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