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Thank you for coming to our school in Wethersfield, Connecticut. I really enjoyed the music, artwork, and stories. I really liked when you called your Brother in Ireland.
hi i am attending reed intermediat school and i loved your assembly thank you
I saw you today at my school today, Reed Intermediate, Newtown. You were awesome. That is a assembaly I can just see over and over again. Even before I moved to Newtown, we thought we were going to live in Avon, and went to Roaring brook school in Avon, and I saw you perform there too! Thank you for coming to our school!
My son David just came home from the Reed School school and said it was the coolest assembly he has ever seen..Good luck on the Signature Project! 10/29/09
Dear Patrick Dunning- After 3 years
learning at Oaks School #3 inOcenside,
that was the best one show yet.
Hey Patrick It is Mackenzie.. I am from Union School in Rutherford and I think it is really cool with what you did with the bridge in Ireland ! AWESOME
Alyssa Molina 4LG
Hi! You went to my school today and I love the program was great,awesome and cool! I hope you see me again soon!
Patrick, It was great meeting to you today and experiencing your visionary project.If you would like to view our website the organization's site www.morrisarts.org and the arts education portion programs are at www.morrisartseducation.com. Please do consider our showcase, we present on the stage of the Shakespeare Theatre at Drew University and school reps from 11 NJ Counties attend to preview and book programs. If this won't work and you would simply like to be placed on our website and in our mailed out program guide,I will be happy to do that. All best - Barbara
i saw you today at moorestown friends, and that was possibly the best assembly in the entire time i have been going. some people complained it "wasn't real" but they failed to see the big picture of what you were saying.
-Aliya Williams, 7th grade