You have been the hit of our ‘Lively Saints’ entertainment this year. Everyone enjoyed it tremendously.
Your participation in our Career Day assembly was very much appreciated. The students thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and have been discussing it in class and informally. We particularly appreciated your efforts to relate our character qualities to your career field. . . The impression you left with our students will always be remembered and may be the impetus for a future career choice.
It takes a special kind of person to hide the ‘tears of a clown’ and make others happy. Ingenuity, creativity, wit, dedication and patience make a clown funny. The outrageous costume and cute stunts help a bit but, when you get down oh basics, it is the person underneath all the make-up who warms people’s hearts. Marsha Gallagher will be tackling the difficult job of making America laugh for a good many years.
I just wanted to thank you for making our Christmas Party a hit! Everyone commented to me how wonderful you were; you were able to keep all those kids entertained for three hours and not a one of them ever got bored or complained. What an accomplishment! You were really super.
We all want to thank you for making Charlie’s 3rd birthday a success – You received rave reviews from Charlie, his friends and all the parents!! Thanks Loads!! We’ll call you next year.
I’m studying about the circus because you got me interested in it.
We liked It.
We all enjoyed the show. Thank you for making our 6th b’day party so special.
You could see by the looks on the kids’ faces how much they enjoyed your clown act.
Wanted to let you know how much fun the kids had at Joanna’s party. Your show was great – really held their attention. We could never have handled so many kids without your help.
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