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Tribute to PRSUN Mascot: Sol (2003-2021)

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My beautiful feisty Sol and mascot of PRSUN Communications passed away August 27 at our Bronx home. She was 18. My girl, a rescue from San Juan, Puerto Rico, was and will continue to be a source of inspiration. Her fighter spirit lives on. Feel free to visit Sol's memorial page at Pet Heaven .

PRSUN Mascot Sol Turns 18

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Happy Birthday to our own #prsun mascot Sol. My rescue girl from Puerto Rico is 18. Her birthday was August 14, 2003.

@ the Hurricane Maria Memorial, NYC

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@ Rockefeller Park To view full album, click on image. (photos by Clarisel Gonzalez)

Puerto Rican Day Parade in Melrose

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While the National Puerto Rican Day Parade was virtual this year, the Villa Cuerno community in the South Bronx hosted its own Puerto Rican Parade on Brook Avenue in the South Bronx. Click on image to view full album. (photo by Clarisel Gonzalez)

Mayors Bill de Blasio and Miguel Romero Establish Partnership Between NYC and San Juan

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and San Juan Mayor Miguel Romero this month laid the foundation of a partnership on culture, tourism, public safety, and emergency preparedness between New York City and San Juan, Puerto Rico. New York City is home to more than 666,000 Puerto Ricans, one of the largest Commonwealth diaspora communities in the United States. “Puerto Rican New Yorkers make our city the most vibrant city in the world, and they never forget where they came from. Their city won’t, either,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio. “As New York City and San Juan fight back COVID-19 and build a recovery for all our residents, now is the perfect time to deepen the ties between our cities and find new ways to support our friends in the Commonwealth.” "New York City provides San Juan with a great example of an energetic and cosmopolitan city in continuous development and growth. The lessons learned by NYC will provide a great tool for our administration to replicate and learn from. On be