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June 11, 2009

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Katherine Miracle

Artie, Your speech was amazing! The combination of motivation, inspiration and laughter led all of us in the audience to a greater understanding that we are able to do more and be more.
I am so grateful for your wisdom and talent at my niece, Monica DeTota's graduation from Laurel School. You engaged the audience and helped us value this very special graduation. It is said "There are many people we meet in our lives but few who leave a lasting impression on our hearts and minds"
Susan Polis Shutz

Artie you are one of those people, you are exceptional!

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