OSHLA Award Recipient

OSHLA Award Recipient

Award Description:
This award is presented to individuals, agencies, businesses, or organizations in recognition of significant contributions that have enhanced OSLHA’s ability to serve its membership or to enrich the lives of the communicatively impaired.  This award may recognize a member or non-member for dedication in either a broad or focused area of service.  This award is in the form of a plaque that is presented during our annual awards celebration.  The Award of Appreciation was established in 2001 and first awarded in 2002.  It was renamed in 2013 in honor of long-serving and passionately dedicated OSLHA Executive Director, Nancy Bailey, who retired in late 2013.
 
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This award is presented to up to three (3) individuals, agencies, businesses, or organizations in recognition of significant contributions that have enhanced OSLHA’s ability to serve its membership or to enrich the lives of the communicatively impaired. This award may recognize a member or non-member for dedication in either a broad or focused area of service. Source: OSLHA (2021).