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Music feeds the soul we supply the fork

The DayGLOW Music Mission will utilize, both indoor and natural, classroom settings, in cultivating a complimentary learning environment. An environment that opens doors for students as they advance from standardized education into the world around them - a world of music, culture and thoughtful human interaction; including mindfulness and teamwork.

It is our goal to contribute to youth development opportunities in encouraging students to turn inward - to the self and the senses - in establishing a thoughtful identity as contributors to their own health and well-being, their community and society at large.

United Through Music and Nature ONE BEAT... at a time

DayGLOW is committed to creating positive experiences for school-age youth by promoting awareness of the impact of music, arts, and other holistic learning modalities on scholastic achievement and positive social integration. Because we believe that a focus on standardized learning does not adequately address the complete student, we aim to deliver tools and resources to participants and their communities that will aid in student growth and achievement.  Click Here for more details...

DayGLOW Music will serve as an advocate for youth music-arts education and act as a catalyst in instilling an appreciation for nature, mindfulness and collaborative learning.

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Camp Southern Ground will serve children from all backgrounds, races and religions, with special emphasis on those with neuro-developmental disorders. In particular, Asperger syndrome, Tourette syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and learning differences, such as ADD/ADHD and Dyslexia. Also children with social or emotional challenges, and  from military families.