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Allergy Attack? Fight Back. Talk to us today about an easy, convenient and noninvasive method for treating allergies. More Than a Music Teacher Todd Carr has always had a love for music. Long before he could even read and understand the notes, he would stand at his parent’s oversized record player and wave his arms in the air as the song played, conducting the melody. “I actually believed that whatever the conductor did, that’s the notes that would come out,” he said with a chuckle. He explains his habit of constantly having the radio on in his room, crediting his dad whom never turned off his own radio that played in the garage. In recognition of Music in Our Schools month during March, I visited with Carr about his love of teaching music. His passion for both teaching and music comes to him naturally as he comes from a family experienced in both fields. His parents both had musical talents; his dad sang in church and his mom played clarinet. Carr recalls his junior high years when he took part in piano lessons alongside his mom. The passion for teaching led back several generations, his great4vHERVOICEvMARCH/APRIL 2018 David J. Abbott, M.D. Micah M. Likness, M.D. Board Certified Otolaryngologist Board Certified Otolaryngologist Jackie Logue, MSN, FNP-C, RN Needle Free Testing and Treatments We’re H“ear” For You! EAR, NOSE & THROAT ASSOCIATES, P.C. 2525 Fox Run Parkway, Suite 101, Yankton 605-665-0062 • 1-866-665-0062 www.entyankton.com

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