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Jerry H. McCullough


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No.  1 Date: 2012-01-12 14:55

Name: Phillip McFerrin

To the McCullough family, may the Lord watch over you all during these trying times. My prayers are with your family.

No.  2 Date: 2012-01-12 13:38

Name: The Allens. Cape Coral,Fl

May the Lord comfort you all for the passing of Jerry. God bless.you all are in our prayers. IN CHRIST, Charlie.

No.  3 Date: 2003-03-14 23:17

Name: Ali

Extracting that element of fun is aywals a difficult task. I deal with this everyday when I ask my students to sing alone in a singing game. They come to my class with a predetermined idea that in order to sing out, for others to hear, means that you are so talented you should be on the radio, or able to win American Idol. Society really does a number on the element of fun and play.It takes a creative mind to figure out how to get around this so that people can enjoy life to its fullest!Thankfully, we have people in the world like Cassie Koehler who are able to pull people out of their comfort zone through her creative ideas. The museum is lucky to have her!

No.  4 Date: 2003-03-14 22:09

Name: Amal

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