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Annual gathering of the S.C. Press Association, 2016.

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  1. 1. South Carolina Press Association 2016 ANNUAL MEETING & AWARDS PRESENTATION presented by: March 18-20, 2016 | The Marriott, Columbia
  2. 2. Schedule of Events BENDER Friday, March 18 3 p.m. – midnight News ContestWinners’Exhibits Open –Atrium,TheMarriott 3 – 5 p.m. Executive Committee Meeting –PalmettoI,TheMarriott 6 – 9 p.m. Kick-Off Party & Dinner – TheHallatSenate’sEnd Saturday, March 19 8 a.m. Registration, SponsorTables and News ContestWinners’Exhibits Open – Atrium,TheMarriott 8 – 9 a.m. Past Presidents Breakfast –MidlandsRestaurant,TheMarriott 9:15 – 9:25 a.m. SCPA Business Meeting & Election of Officers – CarolinaBallroomF-H,TheMarriott 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Pulitzer Backstory, featuring panelists fromThe Post and Courier – CarolinaBallroomF-H,TheMarriott PARKER Winnersofthe2015PulitzerPublicServicegoldmedalfromThePostandCourierwilltalkabout“TillDeathDoUsPart,”arivetingseriesaboutthedeadlytollthat domesticviolencetakesonSouthCarolinawomenandhowgoodjournalismcanleadtorealchange.Panelistswillofferthebackstoryontheirefforts,including databasereporting,andgiveabriefupdateonthelegislativeresponsetotheseries.TheteamwillgiveinsighttofellowS.C.reportersoninvestigativeandpublic servicejournalismandtalkabouthowthePulitzerhasinspiredfutureprojects.Staffersfromnewspapersofanysizewillbeencouragedandleavewithtipsfor goodjournalismthatmakesadifference. 10:45 – 11:45 a.m. Washington Background –CarolinaBallroomF-H,TheMarriott featuringWashingtonPostcolumnistKathleenParker An entertaining speaker on politics and culture,Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker will talk about the Washington scene and upcoming presidential election. Parker writes a twice-weekly column on politics and culture for The Post and is syndicated across the country, including in a number of S.C. newspapers. She received the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 2010 for“her perceptive, often witty columns on an array of political and moral issues, gracefully sharing the experiences and values that lead her to unpredictable conclusions.”Parker has ties to the Palmetto State. She has a home in Camden, attended Converse College in Spartanburg and once taught at the USC J-School. Noon – 2:15 p.m. Weekly Newspaper & Associate Member Awards Luncheon and Hall of Fame Presentation –CarolinaBallroomA-E,TheMarriott 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Beer with Bender – CarolinaBallroomF-H,TheMarriott Grab a drink from the bar (dutch treat) and join SCPA Attorney Jay Bender for a no-holds-barred discussion. In this informal setting, you can talk to Jay and fellow SCPA members about anything that's on your mind. All general or specific topics/questions are fair game, but of course we suspect the conversation will include at least some talk of open government and First Amendment issues.You've got Jay's full attention for more than an hour.We can't wait to see where the discussion takes us! 6 - 7:30 p.m. President’s Reception honoring Judi Burns –Atrium,TheMarriott hostedbytheIndex-Journal 7:30 – 10 p.m. Daily Newspaper Awards Dinner –CarolinaBallroomA-E,TheMarriott The Marriott bar and patio will stay open for celebratory cocktails. There are also several great bars within walking distance of the hotel.
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  5. 5. 2015 – 2016 Necrology William Magill “Bill” Owens; July 9, 2015; Former owner, editor and publisher, The Dorchester Eagle-Record Mel Derrick; Aug. 29, 2015; Former executive sports editor and sports columnist, The Sun News Ken Burger; Oct. 20, 2015; Former sports columnist, executive sports editor and Washington correspondent, The Post and Courier Henriette Dargan Hampton Morris; Nov. 25, 2015; Widow of Ben Rankin Morris, former publisher of The State; Former assistant editor, Raleigh (N.C.) Times Jerry Phifer McGuire; Dec. 9, 2015; Former editor, Fort Mill Times; Former sports editor and managing editor, Elkin (N.C.) Tribune Have your next meeting at the S.C. Press Association! Whether you’re planning a large meeting, a small discussion group or a multi-topic conference, SCPA is the right choice for you! Conveniently located off Bush River Rd. in Columbia near I-20 and I-26, SCPA offers: • 1,200 square feet of flexible meeting space • Can comfortably seat 40 classroom style • On-site A/V equipment (free or low-cost) • Free Wi-Fi • Ample free parking • Hospitality amenities • Catering coordination if needed •10-person conference room Discounted or free rentals available for SCPA members! INTERESTED? FOR MORE DETAILS AND RATES, CONTACT JEN MADDEN: (803) 750-9561 JMADDEN@SCPRESS.ORG
  6. 6. Henry F. Cauthen Sr. 1901-1977 Henry F. Cauthen was a journalist at three major South Carolina newspapers during his 44 year career, and one of his many contributions to his community was originating the name of the Midlands as a regional identifier. Cauthen created the idea of the Midlands as the name for South Carolina’s central counties while he was editor of The State newspaper and promoted the concept during speeches in Aiken, Lancaster, Sumter, Orangeburg, Camden and Winnsboro. The name Midlands caught on, including use by the U. S. Weather Bureau and in Delta Airlines advertisements in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post. The phrase was used to recruit industry and for regional improvements such as an expanded airport. The grandson, son and nephew of Methodist ministers, Cauthen was born January 1, 1901, in Cheraw, but lived in Timmonsville, Kingstree, North Augusta, York, Walterboro, Georgetown, Darlington and Charleston while he was growing up. His father, who had been a newspaperman before his ordained ministry, encouraged him to become a journalist, and he started work at The News and Courier in Charleston at age 20, becoming telegraph news editor, state news editor and sports editor. Cauthen left The News and Courier in December 1935 to start a new Charleston newspaper along with his brother, John Cauthen, and brother-in- law, Frank Gilbreath, but The Star, which was a 24-page news-feature tabloid published on Sundays, failed quickly. Cauthen resumed daily newspaper reporting and editing at The Columbia Record in October 1936, becoming city editor and then managing editor for 15 years. As managing editor of The Record, Cauthen promoted interest in the Interstate highway system with a series of articles that raised awareness of the necessity for immediate preparation in the Palmetto State. The South Carolina Highway Department used his research to achieve enabling legislation for the state to join the Interstate system. Cauthen planned and edited a D-Day special edition of The Columbia Record a month before the event was known with a headline that said “Allies open invasion: strike across channel.” Cauthen had put his evening paper to bed in June of 1944 when the Normandy invasion began near midnight Columbia time. The next day’s State had gone to press before the breaking news arrived, but the next morning Cauthen had an “extra” edition of the evening paper on the streets of Columbia. Cauthen succeeded George A. “Buck” Buchanan as editor of The State in 1961. When Columbia Mayor Lester L. Bates called leading citizens together to discuss the racial situation in 1962, Cauthen was one of 28 selected for a secret committee to work for desegregation. The same year, William D. Workman of The News and Courier, who had been defeated in the U. S. Senate race by Ernest “Fritz” Hollings, joined The State as an associate editor in 1962 and succeeded Cauthen as editor four years later. From 1966, Cauthen wrote comprehensive articles on South Carolina agriculture. Cauthen’s commitment to the cultural and civic affairs of his community was integral both to his work and his interests. He held numerous appointments, engaged in extensive committee service and accompanied Columbia Mayor Lester Bates to West Berlin to represent the economic interests of the city. Although he could not read music and never sang in public, he loved singing operatic arias at home in a strong tenor voice that was so loud the neighbors complained. Cauthen died on October 23, 1977. In a rare, signed publisher’s editorial in The State on October 25, 1977, his friend and colleague Ambrose Hampton wrote, “His career as a newspaperman... was unique. Without formal training in journalism – indeed he never had the opportunity of attending college – he rose from reporter to sports editor to managing editor and ultimately to editor. Although his newspaper work began in Charleston, most of it took place in Columbia... Mr. Cauthen’s achievements in journalism were due to a natural command of the English language, a searching mind, and a true genius for dealing with people... But he will be remembered most for a strength of character combined with a sense of humanity which made him both a gentleman and a gentle man.” Cauthen married Sarah Elizabeth Norris from Calhoun Falls in 1939, and they had two children: Henry F. Cauthen Jr. and Sarah Cauthen Stepp; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Hall of Fame South Carolina Press Association “As a superb craftsman, he asked of himself and others an unerring accuracy in the journalism of fact. As a Renaissance thinker, he pursued truth and wisdom with meticulous diligence in the journalism of opinion.” – Editorial, The Columbia Record, 1977
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  8. 8. 2016 Henry F. Cauthen Sr. (1901-1977) The State, The Columbia Record, The News & Courier
  9. 9. Attendees Tanya Ackerman Coastal Observer Pawleys Island, SC Pat Adamson Clinton, SC Aron Agerton Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Ian Alford Charleston, SC Jane Alford The Lancaster News Lancaster, SC Gail Anderson Conway, SC Robert Anderson The Horry Independent Conway, SC Derrek Asberry Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Barbara Ball The Independent Voice of Blythewood & Fairfield County Blythewood, SC Jim Baltzelle The Associated Press Miami, FL Mac Banks Fort Mill Times Fort Mill, SC Rebecca Banks Fort Mill, SC Laura Bantz Charlotte, NC Phil Bantz South Carolina Lawyers Weekly Charlotte, NC Tony Bartelme The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Grace Beahm The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Jennifer Becknell Fort Mill Times Fort Mill, SC Jerry Bellune Lexington County Chronicle & The Dispatch News Lexington, SC Jay Bender S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Charles Bierbauer School of Journalism and Mass Communications University of South Carolina Steve Blackwell The Greer Citizen Greer, SC Ross Bogan Charleston, SC Eric Boomhower SCANA Columbia, SC Charlene Boomhower Columbia, SC Ashley Boncimino Community Journals Greenville, SC Brett Borton Hilton Head Hilton, SC Sara Borton The State / The Island Packet / The Beaufort Gazette Melissa Boughton The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Vickey Boyd Georgetown Times / South Strand News / Moultrie News Steven Bradley The Journal Seneca, SC Vanessa Brewer-Tyson Pageland Progressive Journal Pageland, SC Charlie Bromfield Mount Pleasant, SC Susan Bromfield Mount Pleasant, SC Jenny Bronstorp Seneca, SC Angela Brown Union, SC Anna Brown Union County News Union, SC Bobby Brown Union, SC Kirk Brown Independent Mail Anderson, SC Martha Rose Brown The Times and Democrat Orangeburg, SC Robert Brown Union, SC Dawn Bryant The Sun News Myrtle Beach, SC Phil Buchheit The Greer Citizen Greer, SC William Buchheit The Greer Citizen Greer, SC Judi Burns Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Claire Byun The Sun News Myrtle Beach, SC Kevin Callan Aiken, SC Reba Campbell Municipal Association of SC Columbia, SC Billy Cannada The Greer Citizen Greer, SC Shannon Cannada Greer, SC Rick Carpenter The Sumter Item Sumter, SC
  10. 10. Judith Mundy Burns 2nd Generation Index-Journal President & Publisher - Since 1998 SC Press Association President 2015-16 Eleanor M. Mundy Index-Journal, Publisher 1982-1998 R. Frank Mundy Index-Journal, Publisher 1977-1982 The Index-Journal newspaper family congratulates our President and Publisher, Judi Burns, on continuing her parents’ legacy in the newspaper industry through her service to the South Carolina Press Association. THE INDEX-JOURNAL CO. | 610 PHOENIX STREET GREENWOOD, SC INDEXJOURNAL.COM | LAKELANDS MAGAZINES | Since 1919
  11. 11. Attendees Capers Cauthen Family of Hall of Fame inductee, Henry F. Cauthen Sr. Hal Cauthen Family of Hall of Fame inductee, Henry F. Cauthen Sr. Sarah Cauthen Stepp Family of Hall of Fame inductee, Henry F. Cauthen Sr. Columbia, SC Graham Cawthon The Island Packet Hilton Head Island, SC Michael Chauvin Summerville Communications Summerville, SC Duane Childers News and Press Darlington, SC Bill Click Department of Mass Communication Winthrop University Pete Cochran Union County News Union, SC Susan Cochran Union, SC Kristin Coker The Times and Democrat Orangeburg, SC Rachel Cook The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Alice Cope Columbia, SC Buddy Cope Columbia, SC Cassie Cope The State Columbia, SC Abigail Darlington The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Gwinn Davis Gwinn Davis Photography Simpsonville, SC Kyle Dawson Aiken Standard Aiken, SC August Dittbenner Myrtle Beach Herald Myrtle Beach, SC Paul Donahue Aiken, SC Shana Donahue Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Cathy Dreher S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Michaele Duke The News Kingstree, SC Chad Dunbar The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Linda Dunbar Charleston, SC Billy Dunlap Index-Journal Greenwood, SCAiken, SC Greenwood,, SC View & Share program & Presentations at scpress.org
  12. 12. First Place AmyBanton PersonalityPhotographorPortrait AmyHunter SinglePageOneDesign DedeBiles BreakingNewsReporting DedeBiles HumorousPhoto DerrekAsberry ReportingIn-Depth DerrekAsberry BeatReporting MikeAdams FeaturePhoto MikeAdams SportsFeaturePhoto MikeAdams Pictorial TimO’Briant ColumnWriting JamesGrigsby NewsVideo Second Place AmyHunter PageOne DesignPortfolio DerrekAsberry EnterpriseReporting JamesGrigsby NewsVideo KyleSemones FeaturePageDesignPortfolio MaayanSchechter NewsFeatureWriting MikeAdams SportsFeaturePhoto Third Place AmyHunter SingleFeaturePageDesign CindyKubovic PersonalityPhotographorPortrait CindyKubovic Pictorial DanBrown HumorColumnWriting DedeBiles NewsFeatureWriting DerrekAsberry NewsHeadlineWriting DerrekAsberry EnterpriseReporting DerrekAsberry SeriesofArticles DerrekAsberry BeatReporting EricRussell SportsPageDesignPortfolio EricRussell SportsFeaturePhoto JamesGrigsby NewsVideo KyleDawson SpotSportsStory MaayanSchechter PublicService MaayanSchechter LifestyleFeatureWriting MikeAdams FeaturePhoto TeddyKumala SpotNewsPhoto TimO’Briant ReportingIn-Depth TimO’Briant PageOneDesignPortfolio HonorableMention BrianHand SportsColumnWriting BrianHand,KyleHeck, TimO’Briant AffiliatedorNicheWebsite EricRussell SingleSportsPageDesign TimO’Briant EditorialorColumninSupportof FOI/OpenGovermentIssues 2015 President’s Award for Excellence First Place for Newspaper Website Second Place General Excellence Third Place for Integration of Print & Web Coverage Congratulations FirstPlace AmyHunter SinglePageOneDesign Second Place ScottRodgers EnterpriseReporting ShanaDonahue PageOneDesignPortfolio TJ.Lundeen PersonalityPhotographorPortrait Third Place AmyHunter PageOneDesignPortfolio ScottRodgers SportsEnterpriseReporting Honorable Mention T.J.Lundeen SportsBeatReporting
  13. 13. 2015President’s Award for Ex Congratulatio First Place Second Place Third Place Honorable Mention The Staff of The Post and Courier Judson Chapman Award: Capitol Gains Public Service: Shots Fired News Section or Special Edition: In remembrance of Emanuel AME Church Shooting Victims Lifestyle/Feature Section or Special Edition: Food 8/19/15 Breaking News Reporting: Walter Scott Series of Articles: Shots Fired Integration of Print and Web Coverage: Cradle of Shame The Staff of The Post and Courier General Excellence Flood Coverage Public Service: Emanuel AME Church Shooting Breaking News Reporting: Emanuel AME Church Shooting Investigative Reporting: Capitol Gains Newspaper Website: postandcourier.com Lifestyle/Feature Section or Special Edition: Food 2/11/15 Feature Magazine: Lowcountry Parent Affiliated or Niche Website: lowcountryparent.com Integration of Print and Web Coverage: Shots Fired Newspaper’s Use of Social Media The Staff of The Post and Courier Election/Political Coverage News Section or Special Edition: Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge 10th Anniversary Feature Magazine: My Charleston The Staff of The Post and Courier Entertainment Section: Charleston Scene
  14. 14. to the s.c. press association award-winning journalists of 2015 pulitzer prize winnerxcellence ons Tony Bartelme Grace Beahm Jennifer Berry Hawes David Caraviello Rachel Cook Abigail Darlington Chad Dunbar Matthew Fortner Caroline Fossi Chris Hanclosky Beth Harrison Maureen Hartshorn Laurie Hellmann Brian Hicks Laura James Kurt Knapek Andrew Knapp Krena Lanham Brandon Lockett Andrew Miller Brad Nettles Deanna Pan Doug Pardue Adam Parker J. Emory Parker David Quick Hanna Raskin Luke Reasoner Gene Sapakoff David Slade Wade Spees Frank Wooten Paul Zoeller Grace Beahm Jennifer Berry Hawes Leroy Burnell David Caraviello Chad Dunbar David Hale Maureen Hartshorn Andrew Knapp Brandon Lockett John McDermott Elsa McDowell J. Emory Parker Bo Petersen Luke Reasoner Lauren Sausser Wade Spees Teresa Taylor Paul Zoeller Tony Bartelme Grace Beahm Jennifer Berry Hawes Melissa Boughton Tommy Braswell Aaron Brenner Leroy Burnell Christina Elmore Abigail Darlington Chad Dunbar Maureen Hartshorn Brian Hicks Schuyler Kropf Elsa McDowell David Munday Doug Pardue Adam Parker Hanna Raskin Gene Sapakoff Lauren Sausser Wade Spees Chris Tabakian David Wren Paul Zoeller Tony Bartelme Jeremy Borden Tony Brown Chad Dunbar Prentiss Findlay Luke Reasoner Glenn Smith David Wren Warren Wise Paul Zoeller Individual First Place Winners: Individual Second Place Winners: Individual Third Place Winners: Honorable Mention Winners:
  15. 15. Attendees Roasters include retired Chief Justice Jean Toal. And Jay will get the last word... he always does! JAY BENDER Join SCPA as we tie one on with Friday, April 22, 2016 6 to 10 p.m. The Palmetto Club, Columbia Tickets are $125. Proceeds will benefit the SCPA FOI Fund to help newspapers fight open govenment battles. Registration will open next week at scpress.org. Retirement roast of SCPA Attorney Jay Bender Kimberly Dunlap Greenwood, SC Mary Kate Durham Seneca, SC JoAnna Eason Georgetown Times / South Strand News, Georgetown, SC Patricia Edwards The Newberry Observer Newberry, SC Holly Ellington Aiken Standard Aiken, SC J. D. Elliott The Journal Seneca, SC Heather Ellis Anderson, SC Mike Ellis Independent Mail Anderson, SC Christina Elmore The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Jessica Elmore Charleston, SC Scott Farrand School of Journalism and Mass Communications University of South Carolina Molly Fastenau Beaufort, SC Stephen Fastenau The Beaufort Gazette Beaufort, SC Jennifer Faulkner S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Jennifer Forrer Myrtle Beach, SC Matthew Fortner The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Caroline Fossi The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Jason Fossi Charleston, SC Larry Franklin The Clinton Chronicle Clinton, SC Carlos Galarza-Veve The Journal Seneca, SC Brian Garner The News & Reporter Chester, SC Jenny Garner Chester, SC Anthony Garzilli Jasper County Sun Times Ridgeland, SC
  16. 16. Attendees Generate REVENUE fast and easily with Niche Publications! Exceptional print quality with the fastest turnaround time. Contact Jordan for a quote today! (870) 278-9161 or jordan@corningpublishing.com Ashley Ghere The Independent Voice of Blythewood & Fairfield County Blythewood, SC Robert Gilbert Hilton Head Island, SC Erin Gillespie The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Ariel Gilreath Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Dionne Gleaton The Times and Democrat Orangeburg, SC Mary Gooch Chester, SC Carrie Stepp Graves Family of Hall of Fame inductee, Henry F. Cauthen Sr. James Grigsby Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Simone Grigsby Aiken, SC Jake Grove Independent Mail Anderson, SC Philip Guiry Charleston, SC James Hammond Mount Pleasant, SC Thomas Hammond Free Times Columbia, SC Chris Hanclosky The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Joyce Hanclosky Charleston, SC Brian Hand Spurs & Feathers Columbia, SC Jordan Hardy Corning Publishing Corning, AR Kimberly Harrington Pageland Progressive Journal Pageland, SC Amanda Harris Fort Mill Times Fort Mill, SC Jeff Harris Fort Mill, SC Manyard Harris Fort Mill, SC Tiha Harris Fort Mill, SC Beth Harrison The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Michael Harrison Fort Mill Times Fort Mill, SC Lee Harter The Times and Democrat Orangeburg, SC Pam Harter Orangeburg, SC Alan Hawes Charleston, SC Jennifer Berry Hawes The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Erin Heffernan The Island Packet Hilton Head Island, SC Laurie Hellmann The Post and Courier Charleston, SC
  17. 17. Attendees sceg.com Whether it’s an update on damage from a major storm, or work that’s being done in a local neighborhood, customers want to know what SCE&G is doing to meet their needs. Thank you to the members of SCBA for the critical role you play in communicating vital information to our customers. Stay informed. Be Prepared. Stay connected with us. SCE&G Media Line 1-800-562-9308 Lindsay Hickman Carolina Forest Chronicle Myrtle Beach, SC Greg Hickman Myrtle Beach, SC Nora Hickman Myrtle Beach, SC Alex Hicks Herald-Journal Spartanburg, SC Jim Hilley The Sumter Item Sumter, SC Julie Holcombe The Greer Citizen Greer, SC Julie Houser Easley, SC Robert Howey The Lancaster News Lancaster, SC Cathy Hughes The Times and Democrat Orangeburg, SC Amy Hunter Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Scott Hunter Aiken Standard, Retired Aiken, SC Paul Hyde The Greenville News Greenville, SC C. Grant Jackson Principal, GrantJax Communications Columbia, SC Gavin Jackson The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Licia Jackson Columbia Regional Business Report Columbia, SC Paul James Mount Pleasant, SC Ashley Jenkins Chester, SC Travis Jenkins The News & Reporter Chester, SC Grady Johnson SC BIZ News Mount Pleasant, SC Renee Johnson Mount Pleasant, SC Ryan Johnston Community Journals Greenville, SC Ethan Joyce Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Don Kausler Jr. Morning News Florence, SC Geoff Kehrer Newscycle Solutions Denver, CO Eileen Keithly Georgetown Times/ South Strand News Georgetown, SC David Kennard Summerville Communications Summerville, SC Karen Klock Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Andrew Knapp The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Carrie Knapp Charleston, SC Blair Knobel Community Journals Greenville, SC
  18. 18. Attendees Why wait? Call TownNews.com’s Roger Lee at 866-250-2619 today!Why wait? Call TownNews.com’s Roger Lee at 866-250-2619 today! Dollars Data Turn your into TownNews.com iQ gives you powerful data management capabilities so you can create audience segments for use in advertising, editorial, circulation and marketing. Ready to make your data work for you? Contact TownNews.com today! Schuyler Kropf The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Thomas L. Stepp Family of Hall of Fame inductee, Henry F. Cauthen Sr. Columbia, SC Jordan Lawrence Free Times Columbia, SC Diane Leclaire S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Jay Lee The Sun News Myrtle Beach, SC Roger Lee TownNews.com Chaska, MN Tami Lee Myrtle Beach, SC Anna Lesley Coastal Observer Pawleys Island, SC Jason Lesley Coastal Observer Pawleys Island, SC Mark Lett The State Columbia, SC Joshua Lloyd Morning News Florence, SC Brandon Lockett The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Sheila Long O’Mara Rock Hill, SC Rebecca Lurye The Island Packet Hilton Head Island, SC Vic MacDonald The Clinton Chronicle Clinton, SC Tom Mack Free Times Columbia, SC Andrew Macke Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Jasmine Macke Greenwood, SC Grace Madden Columbia, SC Jen Madden S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Jeremi Madden Columbia, SC Kenny Maple The Greer Citizen Greer, SC Bristow Marchant The Herald Rock Hill, SC Bill Marion The News & Reporter Chester, SC Danielle Matesi Mount Pleasant, SC Emily Matesi SCBIZ Mount Pleasant, SC Geno Matesi Mount Pleasant, SC Jamie Matesi Mount Pleasant, SC Jane Mattingly Charleston Regional Business Journal Mount Pleasant, SC
  19. 19. Attendees Zack Mauldin The Journal Seneca, SC Nikie Mayo Independent Mail Anderson, SC Shamira McCray Morning News Florence, SC Mary Kate McGowan Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Laura McKenzie The People-Sentinel Barnwell, SC Reaves McLeod The Colletonian, McLeod Fraser & Cone LLC Walterboro, SC Kim McManus SC BIZ News Mount Pleasant, SC Randy McManus Mount Pleasant, SC Pat McNeely Former USC School Professor Columbia, SC Gerry Melendez The State Columbia, SC Liz Melendez Columbia, SC Brian Melton The Lancaster News Lancaster, SC Joy Melton Lancaster, SC Matthew Memrick The Herald Rock Hill, SC Andrea Mensink Columbia Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau Columbia, SC Debbie Merlo Summerville Communications Summerville, SC Andrew Miller The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Betsy Miller The Post and Courier Charleston, SC David Moody The Easley Progress Easley, SC Eva Moore Free Times Columbia, SC Catherine Muccigrosso Lake Wylie Pilot Rock Hill, SC Sharon Mullins Anderson, SC Stephen Mullins Independent Mail Anderson, SC Dave Munday The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Reece Murphy The Lancaster News Lancaster, SC Rick Nelson The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Brad Nettles The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Marijo Nettles Charleston, SC Tim O’Briant Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Tracey O’Brien Charleston, SC Andy O’Byrne Aiken Leader & Printing Wagener, SC Karen O’Byrne Wagener, SC Andrew O’Byrne Sr. Aiken Leader & Printing Wagener, SC Denise Oliver Seneca, SC Greg Oliver The Journal Seneca, SC Dan O’Mara The Herald Rock Hill, SC Elise Osteen Sumter, SC Hubert Osteen The Sumter Item Sumter, SC Jack Osteen The Sumter Item Sumter, SC John Osteen Sumter, SC Kyle Osteen The Sumter Item Sumter, SC Susan Osteen Sumter, SC Susan D. Osteen Sumter, SC Andy Owens Charleston Regional Business Journal Mount Pleasant, SC Deanna Pan The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Doug Pardue The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Emory Parker The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Kathleen Parker Washington Post Washington, DC Maggie Parsons Chester, SC Nancy Parsons The News & Reporter Chester, SC
  20. 20. Attendees Charles Perry The Sun News Myrtle Beach, SC Jennifer Perry Myrtle Beach, SC Jenny Peterson SC BIZ News Mount Pleasant, SC Craig Phipps Fort Mill, SC Jane Pigg The Link Cheraw, SC Nicole Pioli Myrtle Beach, SC Connie Powell Gaffney, SC Gary Powell The Gaffney Ledger Gaffney, SC Scott Powell The Gaffney Ledger Gaffney, SC Maya Prabhu The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Mundy Price Index-Journal Greenwood, SC Ellen Priest Aiken Standard &The Star Aiken, SC Jeff Priest Aiken, SC Mitch Pugh The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Jana Pye News and Press Darlington, SC David Quick The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Cindy Rawls Fort Mill, SC Luke Reasoner The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Athena Redmond The Lancaster News Lancaster, SC Jade Reynolds The Sumter Item Sumter, SC Larry Riley Herald-Journal Spartanburg, SC Linda Riley Spartanburg, SC Alanna Ritchie S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Derenda Roberts The Sumter Item Sumter, SC Mark Rochester The Herald Rock Hill, SC Bill Rogers S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC B-Linda Rogers Columbia, SC Timothy Rogers The Associated Press Columbia, SC Cynthia Roldan The Post and Courier Charleston, SC
  21. 21. Attendees Janice Ruinard Anderson, SC Ken Ruinard Independent Mail Anderson, SC Eric Russell Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Barbara Rutledge The Lancaster News, Retired Lancaster, SC Jerry Salley Community Journals Greenville, SC Gene Sapakoff The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Chris Sardelli The Lancaster News Lancaster, SC Katie Sardelli Lancaster, SC Randall Savely S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC Susanne Schafer The Associated Press Columbia, SC Maayan Schechter Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Bill Schulte Department of Mass Communication Winthrop University Hank Schulte Former USC School Professor Vero Beach, FL Julie Scott Sonoco Hartsville, SC Kyle Semones Aiken Standard Aiken, SC Eric Sheffer Columbia, SC Meredith Sheffer The State Columbia, SC Bob Simmonds Greenwood, SC Yvonne Simmonds Greenwood, SC Scott Simmons Greenville, SC Susan Simmons Community Journals Greenville, SC Anna Smith Spartanburg, SC Fred Smith Moultrie News Charleston, SC Gina Smith The Island Packet Hilton Head Island, SC Glenn Smith The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Kevin Smith Pageland Progressive Journal Pageland, SC Melanie Smith The Sumter Item Sumter, SC Michael Smith Carolina Forest Chronicle & Aiken Standard Myrtle Beach, SC Mike Smith Herald-Journal Spartanburg, SC Taylor Smith S.C. Press Association Columbia, SC
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  23. 23. Attendees Proud supporters of the South Carolina Press Association partners@amgparade.com • 615.440.5522 LAiken Leader & Printing - A Call today for a free quote. Andrew O’Byrne 803-226-3982 Kim Smith Mangum Pageland, SC Chris Sokoloski Georgetown Times / South Strand News Georgetown, SC Lou Sossamon Retired, The Gaffney Ledger Columbia, SC Cassie Sprott Seneca, SC Eric Sprott The Journal Seneca, SC Mark Stevens Georgetown Times / South Strand News Georgetown, SC Lindsay Street Summerville Communications Summerville, SC Jon Strickland Easley, SC Kasie Strickland The Easley Progress Easley, SC Charles Swenson Coastal Observer Pawleys Island, SC AndreaTanner School of Journalism and Mass Communications University of South Carolina TeresaTaylor The Post and Courier Charleston, SC MorreyThomas News and Press Darlington, SC PamThomas Darlington, SC RobbieTinsley The Journal Seneca, SC BrianTolley The Island Packet & Beaufort Gazette Hilton Head Island, SC ChrisTrainor Free Times & Index-Journal Columbia, SC ChristinaTrainor Columbia, SC DavidTyson Pageland, SC ElaineVeltri Myrtle Beach, SC JonathanVickery The People-Sentinel Barnwell, SC MattWalsh The State Columbia, SC MarkWebster The Sun News Myrtle Beach, SC HalWelch The Journal Seneca, SC KellyWelch Greenwood, SC AbbyWestcott The Island Packet Hilton Head Island, SC RichardWhiting Index-Journal Greenwood, SC WendyWhiting Greenwood, SC BrianWhitmore Union County News Union, SC JaneWhitmore Union, SC AndrewWigger The Newberry Observer Newberry, SC GrahamWilliams Union County News Union, SC JosiahWilliams Mount Pleasant, SC PrincessWilliams The Times and Democrat Orangeburg, SC ZeddieWilliams Lancaster, SC WarrenWise The Post and Courier Charleston, SC DavidWren The Post and Courier Charleston, SC RyanYoung The Sun News Myrtle Beach, SC Chris Zoeller The Post and Courier Charleston, SC Paul Zoeller The Post and Courier Charleston, SC
  24. 24. Your Staff at S.C. Press Association & S.C. Newspaper Network Bill, Jen, Randall, Alanna, Jennifer, Diane, Lacey, Cathy, Jay, Taylor & Marlene THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO EVERY DAY FOR THE CITIZENS OF THE PALMETTO STATE. WE'RE SO PROUD TO CALL YOU OUR MEMBERS! We raise our glasses to you!We raise our glasses to you!
  25. 25. JUDITH MUNDY BURNS Second Generation SCPAPresident&Publisher Index-Journal, Greenwood for Her Service to the Palmetto State's Newspapers fffffffffoooooooorrrrrrrr HHHHHHHeeeeeerr SSeeeerrrrvviiiiccccee tttooo Judi Burns S.C. Press Association Proudly Honors
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