Friends of Hexagon
Incorporated in 2001, Friends of Hexagon (FoH) is a nonprofit IRS 501(c)(3)
organization chartered in the
FoH has a number of levels of giving. The purpose of FoH is to create vitally needed long-term facilities for Hexagon that will reduce its expenses of putting on an annual show.
As a tax-exempt entity, anyone can give to FoH knowing that such a permanently recognized contribution will stay with and provide a means of giving to Hexagon. Moreover, a gift to FoH can be a wonderful way to honor and remember a friend or loved one. How to Leave A Gift to Friends of Hexagon in Your Will
The best of Hexagon CD 1955-2012 includes an audio recording of the most popular Hexagon Show numbers from the past 58 years. For those of you who attended the shows throughout the years, this will bring back fond memories of the shows that you loved. For those new to Hexagon, you'll be able to enjoy sixteen of the best songs from the past for the first time. Now only $10 per CD. Available in the lobby at the Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center at each Hexagon performance through March 16th.
Friends Of Hexagon is conducting a raffle with great prizes including a 42" Smart TV with 3D and WiFi, an autographed Redskins Football, Cruises On The Potomac, and Tours of Space Exploration/Fighter Flight Simulators. The drawing will be held on March 16th. The winners will be contacted by phone and email. The tickets cost $10 each or 3 for $25. See the following link for more information.
Tribute to Roger Lowe
November 25, 1941 - October 30, 2012
Roger Lowe joined the Board of Directors of Friends of Hexagon in 2005.
He has been a member of Hexagon for over 30 years and has served on Hexagon's Board of Directors as President, twice and Administrative Vice President, twice. He has been House Manager and Asst. House Manager numerous times and has also served as an usher. In addition, he has served on and been crew chief for the following crews Fly Rail, Stage and Lighting. He has also worked many years on set construction.
A graduate of American University in Washington with a degree in Public Administration, he served in the U.S. Army's Military Police Corps as an enlisted man and a commissioned officer in both the U.S. and overseas. He has worked in the U.S. Senate, the General Services Administration and the Department of Agriculture. He was a free-lance writer, mostly in the political arena.
We will miss you Roger. Thank you for your friendship and service throughout the years.
The Roger Lowe Memorial Fund -- Click To Contribute
Joseph Gawler's Funeral Home -- Click To Sign The Guest Book
Washington Post Obituary -- Click To View