While Positive Legacy volunteers were laboring in the West Road Ball Park, Bob Moog Foundation operated Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool engaging forty children of all ages and taught them about vibrations, waveforms, synthesizers, and more. In the afternoon, all groups united for a celebration with local cuisine and an extraordinary community jam. In the park we helped repair the park from Hurricane Ike’s destruction in 2008 by leveling a playing field, planting vegetation, and mending the park fence.
Positive Legacy donated $6,000 to CommUnity in Action for playground equipment to be installed in West Road Ball Park.
Jam Cruise continued its partnership with Trees, Water & People (TWP), a non-profit organization that manages award-winning carbon offsetting programs throughout Central America.
Donations on Jam Cruise 11 included a variety of school supplies that were donated to CommUnity in Action for distribution to the children of Grand Turk. In addition, five boxes of school supplies and 4 laptop computers were provided to PACE Center for Girls of Broward County to support the young women participating in their program. Donations from Cruisers benefitted populations in all of the communities visited on JC 11.
Bernie Worrell, Joel Cummins (Umphrey’s McGee), Amlak Tafari and Rich Vogel, Hot Buttered Rum, ALO, Tony Hall, George Porter Jr., Jeff Coffin, members of March Fourth Marching Band (five on stilts!), Garrett Sayers and Joey Porter of The Motet
Bob Moog Foundation
One World Futbol donated 20 soccer balls to CommUnity in Action
Once again, Everyone Orchestra celebrated all that Positive Legacy programs were able to accomplish on Jam Cruise 11. Matt Butler cooked up another all-star lineup of musicians to take cruisers on an improvisational journey deep into the soul. Following Everyone Orchestra’s performance there was a live auction including autographed instruments and a Lebo painting raising over $27,000.