Harry Bell Serves on Board of Two Charleston Nonprofits

Posted on behalf of The Bell Law Firm, PLLC on Sep 05, 2014 in Community Involvement

Harry Bell

As part of the firms effort to give back to the community, managing partner Harry F. Bell, Jr. will continue serving on the boards of two local nonprofit entities. Harry will serve as Board President of Mountaineer Montessori School and as a member of the Board of Trustees at Highland Hospital for the coming year.

Harrys involvement with both organizations extends several years back. He believes his involvement with Mountaineer Montessori and Highland Hospital provides him with two wonderful opportunities to contribute to the welfare of the Charleston region.

As a native of Charleston, Harry says, "Investing in Charleston is the best way to ensure that our community has a bright future. My involvement with Highland Hospital and Mountaineer Montessori is something I'm proud of. I'm honored to have the opportunity to give back to our community through two very worthy organizations."

Founded in 1976, Mountaineer Montessori provides children with a supportive learning environment that fosters curiosity and independent thinking. Harrys own son is a third-grade student there, and began at Mountaineer Montessori as a primary student.

Highland Hospital is Charlestons premier mental health facility, providing support, inpatient and outpatient services, and understanding to the regions families since 1955.

These two organizations are very near to Harrys heart. As Board President and a member of the Board of Trustees, Harry has the opportunity to help contribute to the wellbeing of Charleston residents in very different ways. He looks forward to two more successful and flourishing years with Mountaineer Montessori and Highland Hospital!

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