Sheila Hart goes Above and Beyond — Rotarian always giving back

Posted: March 7 - 2014

Making a difference in someone’s life is a clear motivator of one local woman’s volunteer efforts.

Sheila Hart is a Rotarian through and through happy with the opportunities the service club gives her — to give back to her community and the world she’s travelled.

Shortly after moving to Nelson in 1992, the Rotary Day Break club was forming and Hart became a charter member. She says she’s a “lifer.”

The Kingston, Ontario native entered university with service in her heart. A degree in Social Work gave way to a 10-year career in Child Welfare. Coming to Nelson via Revelstoke where she met her husband, she joined the Sisters of St. Anne and spent 23 years in health care administration at Mount St. Francis. (read more)



 
 
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Member: Sheila Hart

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