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Marie Malara – You took over the planning of the conference ses- sions/concerts/meetings that make up an Eastern Division Conference.


Debbie Sfraga – You took on the monumental task of managing the conference. This included executing all contracts, registering all partici- pants, and all the fiduciary respon- sibilities.


I am extremely indebted to these individuals for their time and exper- tise in making this conference a suc- cess. I also thank the many individu- als who had any role in the planning or implementation of this event. It truly consumed many aspects of our organization for the past year. It has brought about anxiety, frustration, and tension. I am also hoping that it will finish in happiness, satisfac-


tion, and relief. I hope that those who come to Atlantic City from other states will leave revitalized and pleased over the success of the Con- ference.


Once again, I will state that two


years go by very quickly. The big plans that started as ideas four years ago have morphed into manageable tasks – some of which were fulfilled and some of which were not. Your vote of confidence four years ago re- opened a world of opportunities for me. I have traveled throughout the Northeast representing New Jersey. I have visited Washington, DC and spoken with Congressional Repre- sentatives and Staff about the value of music education in school cur- riculum. I have met some amazing, talented, committed, and consumed individuals with a passion for their


I thank you all for the opportu- nity and look forward to watching the progress of our profession over the coming years.


art that I could never match. I have received (and appreciated) ideas and comments (positive and negative) from teachers and parents who truly care about their students and chil- dren.


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Earn 15 graduate credits in 15 months or less. No required admission tests. Credits may apply to an MA in Music Education if desired.


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