Jefferson in the News

Jammin' at Jefferson

On Wednesday June 3rd the students and staff of Jefferson School were treated to a musical Jam session that was arranged by Miss Lisa Landwehr, music teacher. Six local musicians came together to play string blues, rock and roll and more. The group included Jarrod Fenner, Sheboygan County Sheriff's Deputy and member of the Water Street Hotshots blues band; Tim Dekker, who is employed by Watson Vending, a member of the Hotshots and Big Cedar Bluegrass band; Alan 'Doc' Mock, professor and department head at Lakeland College as well as member of the Hotshots; 'Santa Fe' Bob Remington, retired business man; Carl Weinberger, music instructor and Greg Whelton, pastor of St. John's UCC.


The group members played instruments from the electric guitars to mandolins and bass fiddles and jugs and harmonicas. The children were treated to songs from the `50's and `60's on through today. The children sang and clapped their way through all the styles of music. The last thing the children heard was Doc Mock telling them to have a great summer and keep playing music! The men showed the kids how much they love to play music and how it fits into the lives of men in different professions.

Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
June 10, 2009