The Mossy Creek Foundation received an award of distinction for the Mossy Creek Station renovation.
Steven Broyles received a community history award for historic preservation of the Baileyton and Chuckey communities, including Baileyton Days.
The Tennesseans for Living History received a community history award for their annual events and participation in local history projects in Clinton.
Wilhelmina Williams received the Community History Award for her work to get the Earnest Block House recognized by federal agencies, and for obtaining grants to stabilize the structure of the Nolichucky Settlement in Greeneville, Tennessee.
Ural Ward was awarded the Community History Award for his collection and preservation of Indigenous artifacts, as well as volunteer work in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.
Johnny M. Greer received the Community History Award for founding the Surgoinsville Area Archive & Museum, in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.
Friends of the BC Cemetery- Frank March, Marilyn Childress, Sheila Evans, Don Cassada, Joe Emert, and Rod Law received the Community History Award for cemetery preservation efforts in Walland, Tennessee.
The 65th Anniversary Desegregation Committee was awarded the Community History Award for their efforts in preservation of the Oak Ridge Scarboro 85 history in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Bob Jarnagin was awarded the Community History Award for his ongoing community efforts, and articles devoted to local history, in Dandridge, Tennessee.
Charlie Rhodarmer, Jr. received the Community History Award for his contributions to the syllabary for the Cherokee people, lectures and talks on Cherokee history, as well as historical reenactments in Vonore, Tennessee.