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May 2010 MAER Sam Johnson Award Presented

Terri Ford & Adele Crudden, smiling, pose with hands on each side of award plaque.

Last month at the Mississippi Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired conference in Jackson, MAER Past-President, RRTC researcher, and MSU faculty member Adele Crudden (right) presented the Sam Johnson Award to Terri Ford, an Orientation and Mobility teacher at the Mississippi School for the Blind. Ford has also served on the staff of the Addie McBryde Rehabilitation Center for the Blind, located in Jackson. The award is selected annually by the President, President-Elect and Past-President of MAER and bestowed upon a deserving individual for outstanding service to MAER. Congratulations, Terri!