I received some feedback from kids, staff, and parents. They all really enjoyed your presentation and felt that it was powerful. The students are already practicing what you taught them! I look forward to working with you more in the future.
Principal Schweitzer Elementary Wayne-Westland Schools
So many of our students (and staff) enjoyed your assembly. I am so thankful for the impact you made on our school.
Jamie, Heritage Academies
Thank you very much for your presentation today. It was brilliant and we learned a lot. I will definitely be passing on your information to different people for future presentations. Again thank you and keep in touch.
Health Educator ACCESS Community Health & Research Center
We truly enjoyed your performance and your “HA HA Halloween Show” on October 25th. The children roared with laughter at Wanda and Headlee. Everyone walked away with smiles.
Your afternoon presentation to our Primary School students about bullying not only provided great entertainment, but also a powerful message.
I hope many other communities can enjoy your talents and messages foryoung people.
Pymatuning Valley High School
Veterans Memorial Performing Arts Center
Thanks for a terrific show. Your message was clearly delivered and something that could be easily reinforced with our students throughout the year. We'll certainly be using the "Stop it! Stop it now! Or I'll tell someone! message with our Gearing Gators.
Principal, Gearing Elementary School
WOW! the best No Bully Assembly I have seen.
Foreign Language Immersion School, Detroit, Michigan
Nominee: Mr. Paul
Positive Actions: You did a wonderful job making
us laugh. We
really learned how to handle bully problems. We appreciate your
Nominated by the Miller Elementary Mustangs
Date; 3/17/06 "TAKING POSITIVE ACTIONS
of Westland families turned off violent television programs and
video games last Thursday enjoying a night out together. In all
1700 people attended the city's 11th annual Turn
Off The Violence program at the Baily Recreation
Center. Ventriloquist Richard Paul also drew crowds for his
presentations "Duck Sense for Kids- "No Bully Club"
offering helpful tips and suggestions on how to stop teasing and
put an end to the violence. "He was wonderful," said
recreation program Supervisor Margaret Martin. "His
programs were very interactive, so he had a lot of people
behalf of Mayor Sandra Cicirelli's Task Force, the Westland Department
of Parks and Recreation and all the people who attended the 11th
Annual Turn Off the Violence Night, we would like to thank you
for your performance. It was a pleasure
to work with you and we all enjoyed your presentations.
Your effort, combined with the other groups who participated provided
a truly unique experience for all the participants and volunteers.
For one evening almost 1700 people chose to turn off their televisions,
and made a commitment to their families and their community. This
event is a success due to the commitment by you. We
couldn't have done it without you! Thank you again
for being part of this extraordinary event.
City of Westland- Department of Parks and Recreation
Kosowski, Director of Recreation
Margaret Martin, Recreation Program Supervisor,
Lesa Blaclburn, Deputy Director of Recreation
Thank you for coming to our school and teaching
us a little more about bullying. We especially
liked Master Peking Duck and Professor Oly Owl!
God bless all of your
work. Thank you again,
grade class, Our Lady of The Lake School
the students themselves . . .
HAD SO MUCH FUN! Riley Hendrson, Jason Joliet,
for coming to my school! Atalie
are good with puppets, Mary Machtel, Taylar
for teaching me about bullies. Alex Panetta, Marie Hahnenberg