The 2015 Super SOARer is ...

Dorothy (Dot) Howe was celebrated at the spring 2015 luncheon for her variety of skills and talents.  After retiring, Dot was ready for new adventures, so she joined SOAR, even though her SOAR classes, and later SOAR duties, were 50 miles away! Soon after, she joined the SOAR Board of Directors and was elected secretary, a position she still holds. Dot is currrently serving on three committees: Administrative and Finance, Curriculum, and Nominating and Awards. She is a musician (playing her horn in the New Horizon Band), and an artist in Leon LeBeau’s watercolor studio. She also has been a presenter, taking Soar members on a tour of the Almanzo Wilder Homestead in Burke. As one SOAR members said, “Thanks to unselfish volunteers like Dot, we have SOAR!”

Updated: 2019-02-08 18:07:30

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