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Adelberg Rudow’s Mary Rose E. Cook receives Maryland Zoo Volunteer Leadership Award
Adelberg Rudow Member, Mary Rose E. Cook, was awarded this year’s Leadership Award in her role as a volunteer in the Education Department at the Maryland Zoo. The Education Department has a significant focus on conservation and its mission is to save wildlife and protect wild places. The goal is to positively impact the conservation of wildlife for future generations through their dedication and unique expertise gained from working with animals to save species from extinction in their native environments.
As part of her volunteering at the Zoo, Ms. Cook collected used cell phones and other small electronics so that the components could be recycled. Known as Cell Phone for Chimps, the components of cell phones that are otherwise mined in the chimpanzee’s natural habitat are recycled thereby preserving the habitat. Additionally, Ms. Cook arranged for the Adelberg Rudow staff to volunteer and clean-up trash in Druid Hill Park near the Zoo’s Mansion House. They collected over 900 pounds of trash and recyclable material.
We are proud of Mary Rose for her tremendous achievement and her continuous involvement in the community. To learn more about Mary Rose E. Cook, click here.