once again, as ambassadors of the arts while on a Northern Europe Performance Tour spanning six countries with performances in Germany, Russia, Estonia and Sweden. In March of 2017, they took the stage with Emmy, Grammy and Tony-Award-winning actress and singer Audra McDonald and most recently performed with guest artist “Girl of a Thousand Voices” Christina Bianco. In January of 2018, The JCC participated in the 2018 Children, Youth and Young Adult Choir Festival and performed in a Papal Mass at the Vatican in Rome. More information is available www.JaxChildrensChorus.org. at HALFTIME For today’s halftime entertainment, the Jacksonville Jaguars proudly welcome members of 20 local high schools. All schools will have a quarterback and wide receiver duo compete in a “Deep Ball Challenge.” Each school will have a chance to complete the longest pass. BUD LIGHT PARTY ZONE The place to meet and mingle is in the South end zone! Stop by the Bud Light Party Zone to enjoy the delicious food offerings at Dick’s Wings and multiple beverage locations! On hand to interpret the national anthem for the hearing impaired is Brooke Page. Today’s Colors will be presented by USMC Blount Island Command. The American fl ags will be held by local high school football members. Today’s P-8 Poseidon fl yover will be done by Patrol Squadron 30, the United States Navy Maritime Patrol Fleet Replacement Squadron. From combat service in the Vietnam War to more recent confl icts in Iraq and Afghanistan, both the P-3 Orion and P-8 Poseidon are true multi-mission platforms, defending our freedom on the frontlines. Active patrol and reconnaissance squadrons are home based in Whidbey Island, Washington and here at NAS Jacksonville. Most satisfying for the aviators is the extensive work they do assisting in search and rescue operations and providing surveillance for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief around the globe. JAGUARS FOUNDATION WELCOMES YOUTH TO THE HONOR ROWS ® Alert Today Alive Tomorrow, proud sponsor of Jaguars Foundation’s Honor Rows, invites you to join Shad and Ann Khan along with the entire Jaguars organization in recognizing the youth seated in the Honor Rows section. We congratulate them on their accomplishment of earning their seat to today’s game. These youth have set and achieved goals of personal and academic achievement, physical fi tness and volunteer service. These youth know that safety doesn’t happen by accident. More than 5,000 youth and chaperones will sit in the Honor Rows this season. Game day volunteers are provided by the United Way of Northeast Florida.