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Ted Olson received the Award of Distinction for his audio restoration work on the CD, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Featuring Billy Strange & Glen Campbell, Classic Trio Albmus, 1964 & 1975. He is based in Johnson City, Tennessee.

The Surgoinsville Area Archives and Museum received the Award of Distinction for their collection, digitization, and content creation for grand opening in April, 2022, in Surgoinesville, Tennessee.

The Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points received the Award of Distinction for their “History Happy Hour,” in Cleveland, Tennessee.

The Morgan County Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc. received the Award of Distinction for their efforts in building restoration in Wartburg, Tennessee.

Judge David Duggan received the Award of Distinction for his book, Alcoa: A Century in Words and Pictures. He is based in Alcoa, Tennessee.

John Romeiser and Jack McCall received the Award of Distinction for their book, The East Tennessee Veterans Memorial: A Pictorial History of the Names on the Wall, Their Service, and Their Sacrifice

Jill Jones-Lazuka received the Award of Distinction for her book, Sunbright Potteries. She is based in Cookeville, Tennessee.

Hamblen County Genealogical Society received the Award of Distinction for their book, Hamblen County, Tennessee, History and Families 1870-2020, in Hamblen County, Tennessee.

Greeneville Greene County History Museum received the Award of Distinction for the exhibit “A Look at Greeneville’s Black Feedom Day, The 8th of August Celebrations,” in Greeneville, Tennessee.

Georgina Vines received the Award of Distinction for her book, East Tennessee Newsmakers-Where are They Now? She is based in Knoxville, Tennessee.