Rotary Club of Dripping Springs


Speaker Date Topic
Charlotte Biggs Oct 23, 2017
PAWS Shelter of Central Texas
PAWS Shelter of Central Texas

Charlotte Biggs is Board President for PAWS Shelter of Central Texas, Chief Operating Officer, for the International Boarding & Pet Services Association (IBPSA); and Co-founder of the Professional Animal Care Certification Council (PACCC), as well as an Advisory Board Member for

Before entering the pet care service industry, Charlotte enjoyed a successful 20-year history in sales and marketing management in the pharmaceutical industry.

Charlotte brings real-world expertise to PAWS Shelter and IBPSA, as the original Owner and Operator of Stay N Play Pet Ranch in Dripping Springs, TX, which she and her partner founded in 1998 and grew to one of the most successful, full service, all natural and holistic pet care facilities in the country before successfully selling it in 2013.

Her real-world experience in owning and operating a small business led Charlotte to become a Merchant Marketer for Lyoness America, Inc. Lyoness provides a Customer Loyalty Program specific to the needs of Small to Medium sized businesses.

Barry Crutchfield Oct 30, 2017
Pimarx - Branding
Pimarx - Branding

How to get more brand impressions for your business.

"On October 27, 2013 I posted the world's first photo with a geo-sticker using my app Pixmarx the Spot to Facebook. Since then my company has been issued 16 allowances for a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Geofilters let you share your geographical location on social media without explicitly saying where you are by placing a location's logo, brand or insignia right on the photo! Pixmarx the Spot for iOS and Android is our app that allows users to access 100's of geofilters in the Austin, Texas area. "

Judge David Glickler Nov 27, 2017
Hays County Veterans Treatment Court

Judge Glickler is a 1990 graduate of Rutgers University and a 1993 graduate of the Southern Methodist University School of Law in Dallas, where he clerked for a Dallas law firm, Burleson, Pate and Gibson. While there, Judge Glickler assisted in numerous jury trials and was also active in SMU's criminal clinic, where he represented indigent defendants in county courts at law.

After graduating, Judge Glickler worked as a law clerk at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for sixteen months.  Following the clerkship, Judge Glickler joined the Williamson County Attorney's Office as an Assistant County Attorney. His primary responsibilities were misdemeanor prosecution and juvenile cases. During his six years working for County Attorney Eugene D. Taylor, Judge Glickler took and passed the Criminal Law Specialization Exam, and has maintained his status as a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist since 1999.

In March of 2001, Judge Glickler was hired by then-Attorney General John Cornyn into the Special Crimes Division as a special prosecutor. Judge Glickler has handled hundreds of cases across the State of Texas, appearing in over 100 District Courtrooms, seeking justice on behalf of all citizens of the State of Texas. In 2007, under Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, Judge Glickler was promoted to the position of Deputy Division Chief of the White Collar Crime and Public Integrity Section, supervising as many as seven attorneys, and specializing in prosecuting public officials for crimes committed in violation of their office.

Judge Glickler was elected Judge of Hays County Court-at-Law No. 2 in November, 2014, and took office in January, 2015, where he has presided over the Hays County Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) since taking office.  Judge Glickler conducted the first graduation of veterans from the VTC in September of 2015.  Currently, there are approximately 25 veterans on the VTC docket, and over 40 Veterans have successfully completed the VTC program.

NO MEETING Dec 25, 2017
NO MEETING Jan 01, 2018
NO MEETING Jan 15, 2018
NO MEETING Feb 19, 2018