Music has the power to bring people together and to bring out the best in people. At Team Joseph, we’ve always had the philosophy that a devastating diagnosis is a wake up call to live every single day to the fullest. We are committed to finding a treatment for Duchenne and having a lot of fun along the way. Music is a perfect fit for that!
Jammin’ for Joseph started as a concert fundraiser over nine years ago in Detroit. Local radio support, strong ticket sales and sponsorships have enabled this event to grow each year and to fund cutting edge Duchenne research and to bring us that much closer to a treatment for all kids battling Duchenne.
We are more excited than ever for this year’s Jammin’ for Joseph. Along with our friends at 99.5 WYCD, we’ve planned what we think will be our best concert yet! American Idol winner, Scotty McCreery (“Five More Minutes”) is headlining Jammin’ for Joseph with special guest Russell Dickerson (“Yours”)!
Jammin’ for Joseph is Thursday, March 22, 2018 at the Fillmore Detroit. This public event is for ALL ages. Bring your friends, your family, your neighbors, and your grandma! All music lovers are welcome.
Main floor, general admission, standing – these tickets are on the dance floor, closest to the stage – $25. Balcony, general admission seats – $25. Order by emailing us at email@example.com.
Main floor reserved seats and Mezzanine – $35. Order by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VIP Experience – $125. How would you like to meet the artists? Get a photo taken with the artists? Be close to the action on the main floor? Then VIP tickets are for you! The VIP Experience this year includes admission to a special reserved area on the main floor with room to move around and not have to stay in one assigned seat all night. This area will have high top tables for gathering and mingling, and some low top tables with seating. You’ll have early admission to the venue (5:30pm), enjoy a strolling dinner from some amazing restaurants, and have the chance to get your photo taken with the artists as they hang out in this area before the show. These tickets are $125, and are only available by emailing email@example.com.
Tickets are available on livenation.com OR you can avoid service fees and order directly from Team Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The measurement of the distance to determine student eligibility for transportation service shall be one (1.0) mile for elementary and one and one-half (1.5) miles for secondary. The distance will be measured from the point at which the student’s driveway meets the public thoroughfare to the point of intersection of the center of the public street with the nearest school door. Students attending the LATE Program are excluded from eligibility for transportation.
Transportation of special education students will be provided as required by law.
However, where unusual traffic and other hazards exist, the supervisor of transportation is directed to study the situation and determine the most appropriate resolution which both reasonably ensures the safety of the student(s) involved and is cost effective. Appeals of the supervisor’s decision may be made to the director of operations who will, as appropriate, work with the consultation services of public safety officers with jurisdiction for that geographic area.
The transportation department is directed to continually study routing and revise school district bus routes so as to require students to walk reasonable distances to pick-up points, reduce the total miles traveled by school buses, eliminate transportation of students to school buildings where walking distances are reasonable, and reduce the cost incurred by the district.
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