The Tax lawyers of Marini and Associates, P.A. pledged 3 new children’s bicycles to the Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade’s Neill L. Miller Fund to teach bicycle safety to children at Miami-Dade Parks’ summer camps.
The bicycles where presented by Ronald Marini, president of Marini & Associates, P.A. to Dick Anderson, president of the Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade and Former Miami Dolphin Football Great! and Renae Nottage, superintendent for recreation for Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, on Thursday, July 11, at 1:30 p.m. at Continental Park, 10000 SW 82 Avenue, in Miami, during the camp’s UM BikeSafe® Program.
“I’d like to thank the tax lawyers of Marini & Associates, P.A. for their generous contribution to the Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade and the Neill L. Miller Fund. Thanks to their donation, hundreds of children enrolled in Miami-Dade Parks’ summer camps will have the opportunity to learn the fundamental rules and safety practices for riding a bicycle – information they will carry with them through to adulthood,” said Dick Anderson, president of The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade.
“For over 30 years, it has been our privilege to successfully represent clients with tax problems and now we are happy to have this opportunity to reach out and help the kids in our community learn bicycle safety,” said Ronald Marini, president of Marini & Associates, P.A.
“On behalf of the University of Miami BikeSafe Program, I would also like to thank the tax lawyers of Marini & Associates for their contribution to help further bike safety education for the children of Miami Dade County, said Valerie Neilson, BikeSafe Program Manager.
The University Miami BikeSafe Program created a bike safety curriculum for children so they can learn bike safety skills and prevent injuries from occurring. I thank Miami-Dade Parks staff for continuing to work with our program and implementing the BikeSafe curriculum in your park spring and summer camps. Together with all our efforts, we can lower the number of bicyclist-hit-by-car incidents in children of Miami-Dade County.”
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