Glenville State College (GSC) senior Kristina “Tina” Lowe will be serving as the field commander for the Pioneer “Wall of Sound” Marching Band this semester. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and a minor in business. She hails from Elizabeth in Wirt County, and is the daughter of Cindy Lowe and the late Robert E. Lowe Jr.
“Being field commander is something I've always wanted to do, so finally having the chance to be in this position is amazing,” said Lowe. “We have a great group this year, and it's an honor to be their field commander. I've loved every minute of it so far, and I can't wait to see where this year takes the marching band.”
“Tina is off to a fantastic start, and we are very proud of her! Congratulations, Tina!” said Marching Band Director Dr. Lloyd Bone.
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Project Warm Hands is a project that was founded in 2012 during a snowy Christmas Parade. There were children waiting in line to see Santa to receive some candy and a toy. Some of these children were so cold that their hands were red. With this weighing heavy on my heart, I knew I had to do something. God gave me a vision of gloves for these children. From that day forward, I, along with big-hearted people like you, have been collecting gloves to cover those little fingers.
If you would like to help keep a child's little fingers warm during the cold weather this year, please give your donation of gloves or a monetary donation to help purchase gloves. Project Warm Hands wants to thank you for caring and the children and you will be blessed by your generosity.
God Bless You for having a Big Heart!
Project Warm Hands
Connie Stewart, Director