Monday, April 13, 2015
Volunteer Profile: Sister Mary Culhane, SC
Sister Mary Culhane, a Sister of Charity of Saint Elizabeth from Convent Station, NJ, has volunteered at the Passaic Neighborhood Center for Women since September 2013. Sister Mary teaches two English classes and one Art class at the Center. In addition to her duties at the Center, Sister Mary teaches grade four and five art at St. Vincent Martyr School in Madison, NJ. She is a graduate of the College of Saint Elizabeth, Convent Station, earned an M.A. in Fine Arts from Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, and has had many years of experience teaching art in schools throughout New Jersey.
Helping others to learn is Sister Mary's passion and motivation for volunteering at the Center. She would like our readers to know that the Passaic Neighborhood Center for Women fosters an "atmosphere of love and concern where the less fortunate are welcomed and given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and new skills."
During National Volunteer Week we say, "Thank you, Sister Mary Culhane, for your dedication to and love for the women of Passaic!"
Posted by Passaic Neighborhood Center for Women at 4:30 PM