Jo Huber

Jo Huber

Health Promotion Officer at US Army Public Health Command/Fort Campbell

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US Army Public Health Command/Fort Campbell

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Special Events and Cultural Arts Supervisor  - The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department

Special Events and Cultural Arts  - City of Clarksville

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Josephine Huber - Voice
Mrs. Huber has been a voice instructor since 1981 and has taught in various places including Jack Benny Center for the Arts, the Zion Conservatory of Music, Zion-Benton Township High School, and in her own home. She has also taught pre-school music classes including Kindermusik and beginner piano, as well as serving as choir director in several area churches in Waukegan and Libertyville. She enjoys coaching high school and college students for vocal competitions and scholarships.

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The wheelchair division for Wheel Me On... started in 2002 with Jo Huber, Clarksville's Superintendent of Cultural Arts & Special Events and Tonya Steele, Clarksville Parks and Recreation.
Julia Hollenbeck, President of Wheel Me On... and Huber met and discussed possibilities to work out a plan to make the event more accessible and friendly for any individual who used a mobility device for daily living. Huber has the Wheelchair Division race start time set to avoid any conflict with runners or the 1-mile fun run. The group meets at a designated area at least an hour before the 5-K Race and starts early registration as soon as Huber gives the "Go" Throngs of people gathered in back and alongside of the wheelchairs, as Jo Huber, Race Director of the Annual Race, announced remaining minutes before the start gun would fire to begin the wheelchair race and 1-mile walk presented by the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department. With a 10-second countdown from Race Director Jo Huber, the start gun was fired and Hollenbeck leaped out yelling a command at Fox, the Shiba Inu canine and Wheel Me On Mascot, while Auld jammed her toggle full forward, and AJ Weston gave the manual wheels the first spin. Within split seconds, walkers turned into runners, despite the warning from Jo Huber before the shot of the gun, "This is a 1-mile walk; not a run!

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Josephine Huber - VoiceMrs. Huber has been a voice instructor since 1981 and has taught in various places including Jack Benny Center for the Arts, the Zion Conservatory of Music, Zion-Benton Township High School, and in her own home.She has also taught pre-school music classes including Kindermusik and beginner piano, as well as serving as choir director in several area churches in Waukegan and Libertyville.She enjoys coaching high school and college students for vocal competitions and scholarships.

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