Musical and Visual Arts 
 of Rolliana Scheckler

Rolliana currently volunteers as: 

Web Site Administrator for
Newport Wilderness Society and Newport State Park. 

Her past volunteer service has been for: 

Soprano in Blessed Sacrament Church Choir for over 39 years. 

HospiceCare, Inc., now renamed Agrace Hospice, Fitchburg, WI. Rolliana completed hospice training on Valentine's Day, 2000. Until mid-July, 2007, except for one year off, she has served as "caring presence" in patient homes, as harper at Anderson and Johnson Inpatient Centers' corridors and, for about three years, exclusively as harper at patient bedside. Upon receiving her "ACCM" certification, she gave up volunteering in hope of gaining employment as a clinical musician. 

Harper for Memorial Services at St. Mary's Hospital, Madison, forgot how many years -- maybe 7. 

Member of Development Council of 
Access Community Health Centers [ACHC], 3 years. 

Co-Chair Monroe Commons Hospitality Committee, 1 year. 

Newport Wilderness Society, Co-Founder, Board of Directors for 11 years as Secretary, Membership Chair, Newsletter Editor, Nature Committee. Hike Guide specializing in wildflower identification and lore for over 24 years.

Musicians' Forum of Dane County, Co-Founder, Soprano, Board of Directors, held in all offices [sequentially]. 

Madison Consort of Early Music, Co-Founder, Soprano, Harper, Board of Directors, held all offices [sequentially]. 

Wisconsin Chapter of National Association of Teachers of Singing, 20 year member, Board of Directors as Membership Chair, Vice President and President. 

University of Wisconsin School of Music Alumni Association Board of Directors, Chaired Scholarship Committee, 1999 - 2001, where she initiated the now very successful fundraising for need-based scholarships for undergraduates; then served as Advisor to the Board, 2002 -March, 2007. 

Yrjö Kilpinen Society of North America Board of Directors, Secretary 1999 - 2005, President, 2005 - July, 2008, and volunteer web site administrator, 1999 - 2008. The organization, having completed its mission, closed as of June, 2008. It financial assets were donated to several 501(c)(3) organizations. Its physical assets and web site were donated to The Finnish-American Heritage Center & Archives at Finlandia University. 

Great Lakes Harpers, Inc., Board of Directors as President, 1996 through October, 2008, and volunteer web site administrator until beginning of 2008.
Played a major role incorporating GLH as a 501(c)(3) educational and charitable organzation, including writing Articles and ByLaws. 

Founder/Music Director of 
The Madison Harp Orchestra [MHO]; its last big benefit concert was "The Leprechaun King", March 13, 2008.