Rotary Club nominates Kulka for People of Action Award
SHEFFIELD — The Rotary Club of Sheffield nominated Kristi Kulka for the People of Action Award within the Rotary Foundation for her involvement in an around the community.
Kulka has been a member of the Rotary Club for the last 17 years and has held the position of treasurer. She is active in all club events, which include the multiphasic blood drive, ordering food and helping serve at the Johnny Appleseed Breakfast and ringing the bells for the Salvation Army.
Kulka is a native of Sheffield, where she has raised her three children and now has grandchildren of whom she is very proud. She works as secretary of Sheffield Township and within that job also takes care of supervising the concessions stand for the home football games, making sure all the food is ordered, there are staff to run the stand, cleans up after every event and makes sure the building is winterized.
Kulka was instrumental in the startup and serves as co-chairman of the local Johnny Appleseed event, which attracts Lumberjacks and Jills from all over the world. The event attracts more than 5,000 visitors to Sheffield each year. She also serves as secretary/treasurer for the Sheffield Cemetery Association and is parish treasurer at the Sheffield United Methodist church.