“Sheryl is an excellent instructor and so much more. “Galbraith is also a passionate advocate for the role fitness plays in the health and wellness of our society,” said Galbraith. “From instilling essential movements in our youngest citizens to ensuring our seniors and seniors maintain their physical health, Sheryl’s influence spans all demographic groups. Sheryl introduces Enderby “He led and, along with his colleagues, transformed our recreation department, which has been tremendously enriching.”
Hay has been part of the leadership team providing recreation services at Enderby for a decade.
Allysa Hopkins, chair of the Enderby and Area Services Commission and Election Area F Director, said Hay is expanding its program options to serve community members from all walks of life.
“His mentorship has contributed to the growth of fitness professionals and lifeguards in the area, and his inspiring approach to education has helped countless residents achieve their health and wellness goals,” Hopkins said. “Sheryl’s accomplishments include leading Enderby to victory as Canada’s Most Active Community in 2019 and contributing to a successful application for a new outdoor pool that received a $5 million grant.”
Mayor Galbraith added that Hay’s energy is contagious and his fitness philosophy is inspiring.
“Her outstanding contributions to fitness, health and well-being at both the local and regional level truly deserve recognition and celebration. We are privileged to have Sheryl do what she does in our community,” the mayor said.