G4G12 was a grand success, thanks in no small part to your generous support. Thank you so much for helping to make this wonderful event possible, not only this year but in previous years. We are deeply grateful for your committed, ongoing generosity.
Thank you Gwynne and Linda for organizing this awesome group ( you rock! ) and to all the subs who have helped us out over the last 5 years. We appreciate your participation, hoped you enjoyed the evening, and willing to help us out again, if the need arises.
First, I would like to thank you for your participation in our effort to spread technology in under privileged areas. Your involvement is greatly appreciated, and is a big blessing to our organization. I hope this partnership builds further success in both our organizations, and in the community, we serve. People like you, are the reason why advancement is possible, and self-development is possible.
This year at contest, I believe individually, I did well with my style of music. When the music was suppose to be smooth, I played smooth, and vice versa when the music was short and jumpy. As a band, we did a good job listening to each other, and blending our sounds. We made sure all the parts were being heard and made sure the melody stood out among the others parts.
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I agree, physicians run the risk of non-payment and persuading them to adopt this payment system is challenging. Additionally, physicians are concern of complications that may occur outside the episode-based payments—how would they get paid and should they be paid separately. Finally, physicians are subject to losing patient’s if they opt out the bundled payment system to others that adopted the plan.
You will recall that I stated in my email and I quote again “I do not think it is realistic to keep asking our members to donate to this and that”. Therefore, I do agree with Ray that we should not be obliged to pay for a jar of jam (if we do not want it) nor should we be obliged to fill it with loose change amounting to at least £20 as has been suggested.
Thanks for your post and positive attitude on aging. Since the topic of ageism was introduced, I have tried to become observant of myself and my patients. As a busy nurse, I found myself getting impatient in dealing with my older patients with cognitive impairment. Not that I was judging them, but it was because I still have a million things waiting for me to accomplish in my shift, with little of my time left. Thankfully, my patient remained jaunty without realizing my irritation. And so, I realized how easy for me to set aside older adults’ needs because of my set, hectic schedule. I started thinking about my aging parents and the last conversation we had. Then, I remembered my sickly, aged neighbor too. True, I just delivered
Avi's contribution to this ensemble has been fantastic throughout the year. He's always the first one in the studio, enthusiastically going over his music and fully energized. He played beautifully for the spring concert, even managing to reengage the snares on his drum (which he forgot to do and happened to me more than once in my career) without losing a beat--spectacular control! His mallet playing was excellent as well. Bravo, Avi! Have a great
The Music Ministry would like to offer a special thanks the Cederic Shannon Rives and the Brothers for their tireless hardwork to bring us a great concert experience. Please join JD and the entire Music Ministry in thanking our pastor, DeQuincy M. Hentz, for allowing the Music Ministry to be free to try new things. The pastors leadership and vision has, and continues to make all the difference!
I would like to sincerely thank our Director Dr. Dhanya Pramod, and Placement Officer Ms. Savitha Nair, Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Pune, for giving me the opportunity to work for an organization of International repute.
D: And thank you for being a wonderful audience! Thank you so much for coming and making this a special and worthwhile experience for us. We hope that you enjoyed the performances today and would love to see you all next