Charter Member of Nelson Daybreak Awarded Citizen of the Year

Posted: April 12 - 2016

Susanne Raschdorf was a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak and served as Programs Chair for several years. She left the club when the family moved to Balfour. At the Citizen of the Year Award Ceremony, Sheila Hart and Lorne Westnedge presented Susanne with a Paul Harris Fellowship out of respect for how Susanne’s life exemplifies the humanitarian and educational objectives of The Rotary Foundation and in her life and vocation has exemplified a commitment to helping persons in need. 

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