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I have 18 years of experience with Flute Playing skills in Waterbury, CT. I also have 3 years of experience with Notary Public skills.
My education and credentials include I am not a music teacher, I have played the flute for 18 years, Grade 4-12 and still enjoy playing. My ten year old son is playing his first year flute in school and we enjoy practicing together in the evening..

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Flute Playing Waterbury, CT
Notary Public Waterbury, CT
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I am a Legal Secretary in Stamford CT, Committee Chairperson for Cub Scout Pack 41 in Waterbury CT, Notary Public, Pre-School Sunday School Teacher
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Sarah C is located in Waterbury, CT and has the following skills: Flute Playing, Notary Public
Legal / Law, Music
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Flute Playing

Category: Music
Description
I am offering help with flute playing and practice time to beginning players. If your kids are having a hard time getting their practice in, this may get them motivated! Extra help and practice beyond school may also get your kids playing better than the other flutists in their class.
Relevant Education / Credentials
I am not a music teacher, I have played the flute for 18 years, Grade 4-12 and still enjoy playing. My ten year old son is playing his first year flute in school and we enjoy practicing together in the evening.
Years Experience: 18

Notary Public

Category: Legal / Law
Description
As a Connecticut Notary Public, I notarize signatures on many kinds of legal documents.
Most documents that need to be notarized have a Notarial Certificate already on them.
Documents that I notarize include Health Care Agent Appointments, Powers of Attorney, Deeds (Quitclaim Deeds, Grant Deeds, etc.), Department of Motor Vehicles forms (Request for Duplicate Title, for example), medical records, adoption documents, Domestic Partnership Agreements, Unclaimed Property Requests, and Affidavits (including medical affidavits).
Please note that having a document notarized does not make it "legal". A Notary Service will not knowingly notarize the signature on a document that contains statements that the Notary Public knows to be untrue.


As a Notary Public I must see you sign your document in order to notarize your signature and have a copy of your valid Drivers License/State ID. I will not Notarize anything that has not been signed in my presence.
This is not meant to be an exhaustive list! If you have questions, please email me at to discuss your needs.
Relevant Education / Credentials
I am not an attorney. I cannot give legal advice. I cannot draft Legal Documents. If you need legal help, please consult an attorney authorized to practice law in Connecticut.
Years Experience: 3