Frederick Kwasi Dunyo

What they are saying...

I cannot thank you enough for your fabulous presentation to our students. Both the second grade and the fifth grade students had a wonderful time. The teachers who were able to come were likewise delighted and amazed at what they and the students were able to accomplish.

Thank you for your kind words and wonderful deeds. I appreciate your hard work, professionalism and musicianship.

The second grade students made thank-you notes for you. I hope you enjoy them. While the spelling is often incorrect, the sentiments come straight from their hearts. You made a difference.

We look forward to having you back again next year. Have a wonderful year.

 — Lillie H. Feierabend, University of Hartford Magnet School, Hartford, Connecticutt (March 15, 2004)

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