Besides being a doctor, there are several other interests that Dr. Bissell has. She has been active in the Presbyterian Church for many years.
Along with the help of her husband, daughters, and several other generous and gifted people, she leads a volunteer group every summer. It provides tutoring to Native American children of the Yankton Sioux tribe in South Dakota. For more information go to:
Camp Application
Volunteer Brochure
She and her husband are members of the Allegany Arts Council and they have both had photography shows in Cumberland. Link to Dr Rick and Robin Bissell’s photos In addition, Dr. Bissell enjoys bluegrass music, and regularly attends the annual DelFest in Cumberland.
She is learning to play the autoharp. She has had a long interest in arts and crafts, including painting, pottery, leatherwork, sewing, and knitting. She is a member of a Scottish Country Dance group where good exercise is combined with lots of fun. It meets at Appalachian Dance studio in Cresaptown (across from Sheetz) every Wednesday night at 7:30 PM. Newcomers are welcome, no partner required! Call Dr. Bissell if you’d like to join.
Dr. Bissell has been a member of the Greater Grantsville Business Association (GGBA) for 12 years. The beautiful town of Grantsville is best known for the historic Casselman Bridge and lovely Penn Alps and Artisan Village