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Last week was our last class period with Lida Winfield.

She has been our partner teacher through the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts for three years now, born of a chance encounter at the supermarket, reminiscing of the time that she taught my own daughter in a theater class.

I will miss her so much. I wasn’t able to be there for most of that last class. I’ll share some moments from it soon. But in the meantime, I’d just like to share some of the past two wonderful years with Lida. There’s no way we could ever replace her.

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