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Just a note, came back from the Boston Marathon(Specator)
Brother ran 3:17
> Great race even for handicapped participants.
If our society was interested in the ARTS like SPorts.
WOW. Even my own children Do All main sports but it is their experience
with the ARTS that has truely changed them and has had an IMPACT on them.
Im concern on the emphasis
away from Fine Arts to popular culture and saw the dominance Sport
After talking to family in Boston, with ALL the culture
avalible conpared to
wear I live in Omaha, STUDENTS PRIMARY ART EXPERICENCE COME FROM US.
wE STILL PROVIDE THE INTRODUCTION AND THE ON GOING EXPERIENCE. bEC ASUE
YOU care IT does make A DIFFERENCE.
iN mY 2ND JOB TO KEEP MY TEACHING HABIT UP, THE ADULTS WITH MENTAL
HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE NOW GOING TO THE MUSEUM BECAUSE i WANTED ALTERNATIVE
I came back even more determined to do a better job and unless we
continue will become a minor option in the sea of choices for students.
What I mean again is YOU and only you MAKE that diffrence. I want you
to think about that after you have a BAD DAY. That You have changed our
culture for the better in a personal way no matter who misunderstands
You have carried the torch, finished the race, and the results will be
carried on to the next generation.
Thank You all for a job well done even in the pain, misery and suffering
that requires our students and worker to understand our cause.
I Love this work amd commend you.
I know send Money(ha ha), Keep up the good work... Joe Gregory-Omaha
PS Im in a hurry and can't correct mistakes!!!-
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