Local entrepreneur Sheila Ogle won the 2016 Cary Hometown Spirit Award for her years of job creation, nurturing of small businesses and charitable work. She is best known as the owner and operator of The Matthews House; a founding member of the Cary Community Foundation and Cary Women’s Giving Network; and the owner and rehabilitator of what’s often called “The Pink House.”
Local entrepreneur Sheila Ogle won the 2016 Cary Hometown Spirit Award for her years of job creation, nurturing of small businesses and charitable work. She is best known as the owner and operator of The Matthews House; a founding member of the Cary Community Foundation and Cary Women’s Giving Network; and the owner and rehabilitator of what’s often called “The Pink House.” Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Local entrepreneur Sheila Ogle won the 2016 Cary Hometown Spirit Award for her years of job creation, nurturing of small businesses and charitable work. She is best known as the owner and operator of The Matthews House; a founding member of the Cary Community Foundation and Cary Women’s Giving Network; and the owner and rehabilitator of what’s often called “The Pink House.” Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

Sheila Ogle puts heart, soul into making her Cary home better

January 08, 2017 07:00 AM

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