Osceola School District Begins Legacy Club For Residents Ages 60 and Older
Osceola School District Begins Legacy Club For Residents Ages 60 and Older
Posted on 11/28/2017
Legacy Club Banner ImageIn order to promote greater community engagement with schools, the Osceola County School District has launched a Legacy Club for community residents ages 60 and older. The program allows for free or reduced admission to sporting and arts events at all Osceola public schools:

• Individuals ages 60 to 64 will receive a Legacy Club membership card which entitles them to $2.00 off admission to any athletic, musical, arts, or theater events/performances in the Osceola County School District.

• Individuals ages 65 and older will receive a Legacy Club membership card which entitles them to free admission to any athletic, musical, arts, or theater events/performances in the Osceola County School District.
 
Admission is on a space-available basis, and excludes Florida High School Athletic Association playoff games and non-school events held in school facilities. Osceola County residents are encouraged to apply for the free Legacy Club membership card at osceolaschools.net/legacyclub. For more information or questions, individuals can call the Osceola School District’s Community Relations Department at 407-870-4007.
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