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NFPW At-Large Contest Results Are In!

April 8th, 2010 (03:00 pm)
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Congratulations to the winners of the 2010 NFPW At-Large Communications Contest!

Adrian Bishko (Massachusetts)
1st Place, News Reporting

Audrey Blackwell (Florida)
1st Place, Feature Story in a Non-Daily Newspaper
2nd Place, Feature Story in a Non-Daily Newspaper
1st Place, Special Articles (Religion)

Fran Chalfont (Georgia)
1st Place, Special Articles (Arts & Entertainment)

Ann Koppel Conway (Oregon)
1st Place, Personality Profile
1st Place, Publication Edited by Entrant (general or specialized publication)

Priscilla Daves (Georgia)
1st Place, PR Community Relations Campaign
1st Place, PR Newsletter

Jamie Denty (Georgia)
1st Place, Columns

Karen Feld (Washington, D.C.)
2nd Place, Feature Story in a General or Specialized Publication
1st Place, Spot Report, Radio
1st Place, Website Edited by Entrant

Susan Dudley Gold (Maine)
1st Place, Brochure
1st Place, YA Books (Nonfiction)
1st Place, Books Edited by Entrant

Cheri Nordahl Harris (Wisconsin)
Honorable Mention, Feature Story in a General or Specialized Publication

Leslie O'Donnell (New Hampshire)
1st Place, Editorial Opinion
1st Place, Publications Edited by Entrant (non-daily newspaper)

Mary Quast (Wyoming)
1st Place, PR Magapaper or Tabloid

Mary Sasaki (Oregon)
1st Place, Feature Story in a General or Specialized Publication
3rd Place, Feature Story in a General or Specialized Publication

Rosalind Schliske (Wyoming)
1st Place, Faculty Advisor of Student Publications

Kimberly Wilmot Voss (Florida)
1st Place, Research

June Weltman (Florida)
1st Place, Special Articles (reviews)

Jennifer Wettlaufer (New York)
1st Place, Special Articles (science)
1st Place, Special Articles (food)
1st place, Special Articles (travel)

The At-Large Contest is part of the first level of competition in the National Federation of Press Women annual Communications Contest. It is open to residents of states that do not hold their own state contests. The At-Large judges could award 1st, 2nd, and/or 3rd Place awards as well as Honorable Mentions in each category, and had the option of choosing no winners at all. No ties were permitted. All 1st Place At-Large entries have been forwarded to the National Federation of Press Women to compete at the national level against the 1st Place winners of the state competitions from around the country.

Good luck to all of our At-Large winners!