2010 ACRA Public Service Award
The Public Service Award was given to Dr. Kathryn Egan-Bruhy, Regional Vice-President of Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group (CCRG). For over 25 years Dr. Egan-Bruhy has demonstrated her commitment to research, public education, and professional service. Together with the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forests, and CCRG, Dr. Egan-Bruhy has devoted countless hours to working with the US Forest Service Passport in Time program, a program that educates the public through heritage based activities. She is an officer on the Midwest Archaeological Council, and holds a seat on the Wisconsin Burial Sites Preservation Board, as well as conducting field schools with Nicolet College and Northfield College, teaching collections management, curation, and laboratory skills.