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CAC members to renew their wedding vows on Valentine's Day

Some 60 long-time married couples to say I do Feb. 14 at Miami church


Wednesday, February 14, 2007 5:00 am EST


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What:     More than 60 South Florida couples, who are members of           CAC-Florida Medical Centers in Miami-Dade County, will renew           their marriage vows in a special bilingual Valentine's Day           ceremony sponsored by CAC-Florida. The CAC member couples,           who have been married from 43 to as long as 65 years, signed           up at CAC's 10 Miami-Dade medical centers to renew the holy           bonds of matrimony on Valentine's Day. A retired auxiliary           bishop of Miami will lead the blessed event. The Feb. 14           ceremony will feature live entertainment, flowers and a           giant wedding cake.  When:     5 p.m. Valentine's Day, Wed., Feb. 14, 2007  Where:    St. Michael's Catholic Church, 2987 W Flagler St., Miami  Who:      Monsignor Agustin Roman, retired auxiliary bishop of the           Archdiocese of Miami, will preside over the Valentine's Day           ceremony. His excellency was the first Cuban in 200 years to           be appointed bishop in the United States in 1979. Bishop           Roman will conduct a brief mass and bless the assembled           couples as they renew their marriage vows. The ceremony will           be conducted in English and Spanish.  Why:      CAC-Florida opened its doors in 1970 with the goal of being           the provider of choice for those seeking cost effective,           consumer-oriented health care. Today, CAC-Florida Medical           Centers, L.L.C. operates 10 full-service, multi-specialty           medical centers strategically located throughout Miami-Dade           County. The centers contract exclusively with CarePlus           Health Plan, Inc. to serve more than 20,000 Medicare           Advantage HMO members every year, and with AmeriGroup to           serve Medicaid HMO members. The CAC centers also provide           clinical care for traditional fee-for-service Medicare           patients.  Contact:  Media interested in attending this event should contact:           Mitch Lubitz           Humana Media Relations           813-287-6180           mlubitz@humana.com


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