5th generation coalminer Drumheller’s newest Unsung Hero
Bob Moffatt is now officially a Distinguished Unsung Hero. At the Rotary luncheon meeting on Monday, September 26, President John Shannon presented Moffatt with a plaque in recognition of his tireless hours of volunteer work in many capacities throughout the Valley. In listing his contributions, the nomination reads, ‘Bob works tirelessly at the Atlas Coal Mine Museum conducting countless tours – he is a TV star on the CTV national news and the Amazing Race – active on the executive of the Royal Canadian Legion and their many activities, and is a member of the Pioneer Centre choir. On top of this, he takes people to their medical appointments. All around Bob is a great person who is very deserving of this award. He is a great ambassador for the community.’ Periodically, the Rotary Club presents the Distinguished Unsung Hero Award for outstanding volunteer contributions. The awards are the result of nominations from the general public. If you feel someone is deserving of such recognition, you’re asked to submit a nomination.