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Thank you for everything Andres Armas

We wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude and appreciation for all the hard work that Andres Armas did for Play for Peace as a Certified Trainer. Your dedication to helping the communities learn and grow is truly admirable, and it has not gone unnoticed.

Your training sessions are always engaging and informative, and you have a way of making complex concepts easy to understand. Your passion for your work is infectious, and it's clear that you genuinely care about the success of each and every person or youth you train.

Not only do you possess excellent training skills, but you are also a great listener and always take the time to address any concerns or questions that arise during your sessions. Your patience and willingness to help are greatly appreciated.

Thank you for all that you do to make Play for Peace a better place to work. Your hard work and dedication are truly inspiring, and we truly feel privileged to work alongside someone as talented and knowledgeable as you. Big thanks to you, Andres Armas Keep spreading love and compassion throughout the world.

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