Claiborne County JAM (TN)





Claiborne County JAM is one of the newest additions to the JAM family in Northeast Tennessee and is made possible through a partnership between Servolution Health Services, South Arts, Junior Appalachian Musicians, Inc., and many gracious community members. The program is held in Speedwell at the Servolution Health Services Community Center (old Powell Valley Vocational school) after school on Thursdays and offers small group instruction for fiddle, bluegrass banjo, mandolin and guitar for kids in grades 4-12. This program offers sliding scale tuition at only $5/week with scholarships available, as well as instruments on loan. Visit Servolution Health Services online: and Servolution Family Life Facebook Page.

Current Instructors: Bethany McMurray, Daniel Chumley and Matthew Woods

Contact Program Director: Deborah Chumley, [email protected] Telephone: (423) 419-5070


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