Scott Lowe

Membership and Volunteer Services Manager

Originally from Blacksburg and Roanoke, Scott has been a broadcaster for more than three decades.  Starting in 1985 as a DJ at WSLQ/WSLC, and moving to the valley in 1989, his broadcasting career progressed through a variety of air personality positions including program director, morning show host, and play-by-play sports announcer.  Scott joined WMRA as Sunday Morning Announcer in 2008.  In the summer of 2015, Scott's service to our listening community expanded as he took on the role of Membership and Volunteer Services Manager.  Got questions regarding your membership?  Ask Scott!

In addition to broadcasting, Scott has been a wedding DJ, handled guitar and vocals with a few bands, and spent seven years as a banker. His family includes his wife Melissa, sons Cameron and Aaron, two dogs and a cat. He is active with Relay For Life and other community efforts.
 

Ways to Connect

Vacation season is just around the corner, but before you leave town, don’t forget to renew your membership of WMRA.  Return your membership renewal before June 30th  to be in two of three special drawings for Summer of Fun Prize Packages which include WMRA Swag,  A Getaway Gas Card  &  Complete Three Day Passes to the Entire Red Wing Roots Festival. Become a monthly sustainer to be in all three drawings.   

Use your WMRA-WEMC MemberCard in August for these opportunities.  Subject to availability

August
Staunton Music Festival-Valid for 2-for-1 admission during the month to select performances: subscription sales excluded, subject to availability.    stuantonmusicfestival@gmail.com 

Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival -Valid 2-for-1 admission on tickets purchased during the month to the September festival performances: subscription sales excluded, subject to availability.  Can be ordered by phone, mail, or online. Ticket must be picked up at Will Call on concert day, after presenting MemberCard.  Visit cvillechambermusic.org for performance info or email info@cvillechambermusic.org

The Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg is now in its 20th year.  Some of the quilts in its collection are centuries old.  Preparations are in full swing for the museum’s first-of-its-kind seminar called “Civil War Quilts,” on July 24th and 25th.  WMRA’s Scott Lowe recently took a tour and met the museum’s new executive director.

Scott Lowe

You may be planning to hit the highway for this Memorial Day weekend.

Scott Lowe

The Arts Council of the Valley oversees much of the effort to foster the arts in the Harrisonburg area.

On Saturday (Sept. 27), more than 40 cultures and countries and at least 53 languages will come together at a park in Harrisonburg.