Thank you for helping JAMM expand

More than 80 Juneau Alaska Music Matters (JAMM) kindergarten students from Auke Bay, Glacier Valley and Riverbend Elementary Schools performed together at Community Day on Campus at the University of Alaska Southeast.

Juneau, Alaska Music Matters (JAMM) would like to thank the Juneau Community for helping this music program for young children expand to 2nd grade at Glacier Valley and kindergarten at Riverbend and Auke Bay Elementary Schools this year. JAMM will expand to another grade level next year at all three schools, reaching close to 400 students. We would like to thank the following for their support: Alaska Litho, Stephanie Allison, Alaska State Council on the Arts, Association of Alaska School Boards, James and Sally Bibb, Classics for Kids, Karen Crane, Full Circle Music, Juneau Community Foundation, Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, Juneau School District, Juneau Jazz & Classics, Ron and Kathy Maas, Tiffany Mahle, Northern Light United Church, NorthWind Architects, Rasmuson Foundation, Destiny Sargeant, United Way of Southeast Alaska, GuoHua Xia, and the students, parents and staff of all three schools!

Lorrie Heagy, JAMM

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