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AHA Board Chair Nominated for Cary Hometown Spirit Award

Sarah Martin speaking about her Cary Hometown Spirit Award nomination.

Sarah Martin speaking about her Cary Hometown Spirit Award nomination.

Sarah Martin, chair of AHA’s Board of Directors, was recognized on Nov. 10 as one of three nominees for the annual Cary Hometown Spirit Award. The Cary Town Council honored the nominees at a reception and thanked them for their unique contributions to the community.

The award recognizes community-minded citizens who enhance the quality of life in Cary by preserving, promoting and carrying out positive small-town community values and traits.

Cary has been home to Martin for the last 25 years. In addition to serving as AHA’s Board Chair, Martin chairs the Town of Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Advisory Board and is president of the Panther Creek High School PTA.

“We’re thrilled Sarah was recognized for her extraordinary volunteer spirit and dedication to Cary,” said AHA Director Sara Merz. “As AHA’s board chair, Sarah is a strong leader who generously shares her experience and time to advance AHA’s work. AHA partners are all volunteers, and Sarah has brought energy and resources to this collaborative.”

Read more about the history of Sarah’s dedication to the Town of Cary on its website.

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