THE ROTARY CLUB OF PULASKI COUNTY HONORED DAVID LOWE
The Rotary Club of Pulaski County Honored David Lowe – the immediate past president – with the Paul Harris Fellow award during its eighth annual Paul Harris Fellow Banquet on January 28, 2014. A member of the club since November 2005, Lowe has served as second vice president, vice president and as president. Lowe annually serves as a presenter for the Choices program for eighth graders and participates in the Veterans Day Parade and Christmas on the Square. He also has worked with the Science Fair project and taken high school students to Government Day in Jefferson City. Lowe also was the enthusiastic leader of the original Rotary Red Hot Red Hatters, a troupe that helped raise funds for the ASYMCA. He currently serves on the Club Service Committee and headed up the legal team for the club’s Gator raffle.
INTERACT CLUB AT WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Members of the Interact Club at Waynesville Middle School served as the keynote speakers during the Feb. 12 Pulaski County Rotary Club meeting. The students showcased their work to help others and make a positive difference in the world. Their activities this academic year have included raising funds for Snack in a Pack, participating in the Homecoming parade and Christmas on the Square, raising funds for UNICEF and filling the Snack in a Pack bags for more than 200 students each week. They also highlighted their upcoming Race for the Ribbons annual walk/run in April.
The Waynesville Middle School Interact Club members, sponsored by the Pulaski County Rotary Club, are pictured with Club President David Lowe, and teachers Stephanie Peace, Jena Hale and Kelly Howley.
DAVID LOWE PRESENTS CHOICES PROGRAM AT AREA SCHOOL
WMDS STUDENT OF THE MONTH FOR APRIL
Celebrating Kelsey being named the WMDS Student of the Month for April.
David Lowe, president of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County; Peggy and Kelsey Arnold; and John Fluhrer, principal of Waynesville Middle School
DAVID PRESENTS THE “KEY TO SUCCESS”
David presents the “Key to Success” to 8th graders at Crocker Middle School after presenting the CHOICES Program. David has been actively involved with the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce since 2000 and, on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, he has been teaching the CHOICES Program to middle school students in Pulaski County since 2009. The CHOICES Program teaches 8th graders throughout Pulaski County the importance of education and making responsible choices when planning for their future.
ROTARY CLUB PRESIDENT DAVID LOWE THANKS EMILY CRABTREE
State of Missouri for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and her mother, Tara, for her hard work and representing the MDA. As the Missouri State Goodwill Ambassador, Crabtree makes public appearances throughout Missouri. She is the daughter of Steve and Tara Crabtree of Pulaski County.
David Lowe, president of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County; Emily Crabtree, the Goodwill Ambassador for the State of Missouri for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and her mother, Tara
DAVID LOWE PRESENTS A ROTARY MUG TO DR. CURT ELMORE
Rotary Club President David Lowe presents a Rotary mug to Dr. Curt Elmore and thanks him and Matt Simon for speaking to the club about their research through Missouri University of Science and Technology to promote safe drinking water in Brazil. Rotary International hosts international youth and friendship exchanges, supports international water projects and works to wipe out polio.
David Lowe, president of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County; Dr. Curt Elmore and Matt Simon
DAVID TEACHING 8TH GRADERS AT WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL ABOUT THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM
Students in Waynesville Middle School’s government class learn first-hand about the judicial system from David who has served as a prosecutor, defense attorney and a municipal court judge. David enjoys teaching these interactive classes as the students have many questions about the law and express an interest in pursuing a career in the legal profession.