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Introducing a new batch of teachers!

...the newest additions to the Let's Play Music family!

Every year Let's Play Music continues to grow and touch lives, and this year is no exception! As this incredible program continues to spread across the country, more teachers are needed in those new areas. However, before they can become certified to teach Let's Play Music, they must be superbly trained! Take a look at all of the new teachers who were just superbly trained to teach Let's Play Music in February 2013!

Carly Porter-- Cambridge, MA Kolene Jackson-- Arnold, MD Kellee Clark-- Magnolia, TX Melissa Mortensen--Farmington, NM Rachel Winkler--Highlands Ranch, CO Andrea Gregersen--Pingree, ID Anna White--Riverside, CA Amber Barney--Riverside, CA Jennifer Shumway--Bountiful, UT Geri Titensor--Woods Cross, UT Amy Choate--Hyrum, UT Angela Millsap Honeyville, UT Promise Knerr--Tucson, AZ Rebecca Palmer--Holladay, UT Shea Morley--Springville, UT Elizabeth Davis--Price, UT Jennette Kilgrow--Springville, UT Michelle Belliston--Circleville, UT Lorie Briggs--Peoria, AZ

Top Row (Left to right): Jenny Smith (LPM advisor), Kellee Clark, Geri Titensor, Kolene Jackson, Rachel Winkler, Melissa Lunt (LPM advisor)

Bottom Row (Left to Right): Elizabeth Davis, Lorie Briggs, Carly Porter

Top Row (Left to right): Jenny Smith (LPM Advisor), Amber Barney, Jennifer Shumway, Angela Millsap, Rebecca Palmer Reif, Michelle Belliston, Andrea Gregersen, Melissa Lunt (LPM Advisor)

Bottom Row (Left to Right): Amy Choate, Anna White, Promise Knerr, Jennette Kilgrow, Shea Morley, Melissa Mortensen

Congratulations to all of our new teachers! We are excited to see you enrich lives and increase confidence in children all over the country through the magic of

Let's Play Music!

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