The text below arrived in a card from Ms. Muncer today and I wanted to make sure that her message got out to all of the band students. It is with her blessings that it is reproduced here.
To: Mr. Edwards and WW Band Students
Words cannot express my gratitude for the incredible welcome I received at the dress rehearsal last week. I was overwhelmed by the warm welcome and the amazing cards that you gave to me. Your kind, caring, inspiring and mature thoughts was all very much appreciated.
Jake... Yes I love the cover designs!.... was this your handiwork?
Kjersten, thank you for suggesting the live feed! Yes I heard the whole concert!
Piper... you kind and thoughtful words at the concert.... well you got me. You are a very sweet, young, talented person with a heart of gold.
Finally....Mr. Edwards, my colleague and friend. I can't thank you enough for all the support you have given me. It's so very much more than anyone could ever wish for.
Miss you all to death.
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Thursday, 2 June 2016
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