Beatrice Paolucci receives Osborne Award from Margaret Arcus at the 1981 conference
paoluFor the first time in four years, the membership dues was increased to $50.00 for individual members and $25.00 for student members.
Read the March 1981 Newsletter V26 N1
Read the May 1981 Newsletter V26 N2
Read the August 1981 Newsletter V26 N3
Read the December 1981 Newsletter V26 N4
The Osborne Award recipient was Beatrice Paolucci of Michigan State University.
The Distinguished Service to Families Award was presented to Chaplain Major General Richard Carr, Washington, DC.
The Certificate of Commendation went to Lena DiCicco of the Cambridge and Somerville Program for Alcoholism Rehabilitation, Somerville, MA.
Evelyn Millis Duvall, well-known author, charter NCFR Member, and former Executive Secretary of NCFR, received the Burgess Award.
Alan C. Acock, Vern L. Bengston, Ira L. Reiss, Ronald E. Anderson, and G. C. Sponaugle were recipients of the Reuben Hill Award.
The Student Award went to William Southerly of Purdue University and Gary Lee Bowan of the SRA Corporation, Greensboro, NC. Runner-up was Rosalie Ackerman of Iowa State University.
The first Ethnic Minorities Award was presented to Robert Staples for his work on ethnic families.
Evelyn Millis Duvall