Arnold Council VP Awarded for Volunteer Work
Mumma helps organize the annual Earth Day Festivals in Severna Park.
The Arnold Preservation Council's vice president, Sage Mumma, was a recent recipient of the ASPIRE award for her volunteer work with the Watershed Action Group.
The award was given out by the Greater Severna Park Council, of which Mumma is also a member. The council issued the following statement regarding Mumma's work:
The Greater Severna Park Watershed Action Group is proud to nominate Sage Mumma for the 2013 ASPIRE Leadership Award. She and her husband, Michael, have two grown children and five grandsons. She majored in chemistry and worked in the field of biophysics and microbiology. She later earned a Masters in Education and taught mathematics at Broadneck High School for fifteen years. Sage was a founding member of the Arnold Preservation Council. She has served on the Anne Arundel County Planning Advisory Board, and as a delegate to the Greater Severna Park Council. WAG has nominated her for her leadership role in their North Cypress Branch Restoration Project and in their very successful Earth Day Festivals, which will be held this year on April 20th.