Cutler Rader, PL is proud to announce that firm partner Kenneth A. Cutler, Esq., in collaboration with 92-year-old Aston Gardens resident and history professor/author Frank J. Cavaioli Ph.D., has just published: “A History of Parkland, Florida“. The history of Parkland has always been a passion of Mr. Cutler who also has a Facebook page dedicated Learn More “The History Of Parkland Florida”
February 8, 2022 was an incredibly moving and historic day for the Broward County, the City of Ft. Lauderdale, and the citizens of our community and I am proud to have taken a part.
Rubin Stacy was a 29-year-old resident of Broward County. He was a husband, son, father, brother, uncle and a gainfully employed hard-working man living in a house in Fort Lauderdale on NW 2nd Street. He was Black and unfortunately, reprehensibly, he was lynched and shot multiple times by a white mob right here in Broward County just off of Davie Blvd. on July 19, 1935. He was not protected by the law, he was not given a fair trial, he certainly did not receive justice in our county.
In Jacob’s Shoes, a 501(c)(3) public charitable organization run by Harlene and Murray Zweig, their family, and incredible volunteers who help provide shoes, backpacks, school supplies, and athletic gear to South Florida children in need so they can go to school prepared and with dignity. Grants are also awarded for camp, aftercare, athletic and enrichment programs for children in need.
Recently, Ken Cutler was awarded the “Community Leadership Award” at the 9th Annual Dinner & Auction “Every Sole Counts” for In Jacobs’s Shoes, and subsequently, Cutler Rader launched a back-to-school drive to collect much-needed supplies over the summer in both the Coconut Creek and Deerfield Beach offices.
Andrew Rader is a long-time board member and supporter of Congregation Kol Tikvah, a reform synagogue in Parkland, Florida. Congregation Kol Tikvah is a leader in advocating safety and fairness for all people, and makes extensive efforts to integrate all religions. Following are several of the events Cutler Rader has sponsored:
- Annual Woman of Valor Fashion Shows & Luncheon
- Richard C. Schwartz “Mensch of the Year” Awards
- Stephen B. Zafir Awards
- An Intimate Evening with Jason Alexander
- Vegas Night Fundraiser
The mission of The Friendship Journey unites individuals of all cognitive & developmental abilities through equitable opportunities and lasting friendships. They provide inclusive programs to foster relationships, enrich lives and create a community that is home to everyone.
DECA and Academy of Finance Program – DECA (Distributive Education of America) is an international 501(c)(3) not-for-profit association of high school, college students, and teachers of marketing, management and entrepreneurship in business, finance, hospitality, and marketing sales and service. Cutler Rader has been a Gold-level sponsor for several years. Ken Cutler and Andrew Rader volunteer their time to help the MSD DECA students prepare for the state competition and assist with mock interviews for summer internships.
Canine Assisted Therapy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing canine companionship for those in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospice organizations.
Canine Assisted Therapy has been continuing to work with trauma victims and families in Parkland since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy.
The 5th Annual Alzheimer’s Luncheon benefited the Louis & Anne Green Memory and Wellness Center, the Alzheimer’s Association; Alzheimer’s Community Care and The Parkinson Foundation. This was the first event ever in South Florida that all four organizations combined forces together, united to raise funds and awareness concerning dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s in our community.
Not My Daughter… Find a Cure Now! bridges the gap between generations to raise breast cancer awareness while contributing to the search for a cure, for which Cutler Rader has served as table sponsors at their events.
In November 2016, Ken Cutler was elected to serve a four-year term as a Commissioner for the City of Parkland representing District 3. He also was selected by his fellow Commissioners to serve as Deputy Vice Mayor on November 17, 2016, and currently holds that position.