Minutes of Peninsula Press Club Board of Directors meeting of Feb. 7, 2003, at the San Mateo County Times. In attendance were: John Kane, John Horgan, Jon Mays, Michelle Carter, Jack Russell and Darryl Compton. The meeting was called to order at 11:07 a.m. Minutes of the Jan. 7, 2003, meeting were approved, 5-0. Michelle Carter presented a treasurer’s report which indicated an operating balance of $19,738.88. The scholarship total was $8,056. Jack Russell indicated that $157 from the Foster
Minutes of Peninsula Press Club Board of Directors meeting of Jan. 7, 2003, at the San Mateo County Times. In attendance were: John Kane, Jack Russell, Bill Workman, Dave Price, Darryl Compton and John Horgan. The meeting was called to order at 10:20 a.m. Minutes of the Dec. 3, 2002, meeting were approved, 5-0. There was one alteration. The deadline for submitting entries for the club’s annual journalism contest is Feb. 28, not Feb. 15 as previously announced. Darryl Compton
Minutes of Peninsula Press Club Board of Directors meeting of Dec. 3, 2002, at the San Mateo County Times. In attendance were: John Kane, Bill Workman, Darryl Compton, Ed Remitz, Jon Mays and John Horgan. Dave Price arrived late. The meeting was called to order at 10:05 a.m. Minutes of the Nov. 5, 2002, meeting were approved 6-0. There was one alteration. The date of the club’s annual holiday party was changed to Dec. 11. The date had been Dec.
Minutes of the Peninsula Press Club Board of Directors meeting of Nov. 5, 2002, at the San Mateo County Times. In attendance were: John Kane, Bill Workman, Michelle Carter, Darryl Compton, Ed Remitz and John Horgan. Dave Price arrived late. The meeting was called to order at 10:07 a.m. Michelle Carter presented a treasurer’s report which indicated assets of $19,782 and scholarship monies amounting to $9,924. She indicated that the 2002 awards competition produced a net profit of $4,514. Her
Minutes of Peninsula Press Club Board of Directors annual meeting Sept. 3, 2002, at the San Mateo County Times. In attendance were: John Kane, Darryl Compton, Jack Russell, Michelle Carter, Ed Remitz, Dave Price, John Horgan and Aimee Lewis. The meeting was called to order at 11:05 a.m. Jon Mays arrived late at 11:25 a.m. The minutes of the Aug. 6, 2002 meeting, with one change regarding a proposed slate of 2002-03 club officers, were approved 7-0. The treasurer’s report
PPC, SF Press Club in talks The Peninsula Press Club Board of Directors met with members of the San Francisco Press Club on July 2 to discuss options for SF club, whose history dates back to 1888. Dick Alexander and Larry Matthews of the SF Press Club said that about 80 percent of their members are non-journalists who joined to enjoy the privileges of the private club. For instance, SF Press Club members can stay free or at reduced rates
FOSTER CITY — Bay Area print journalists, photographers, radio and television personnel and public relations professionals were presented with 134 awards of excellence in 58 categories at the Peninsula Press Club’s 25th annual Professional Journalism Awards dinner here tonight. The Peninsula Press Club’s annual Professional Journalism Awards Competition dinner was held at the Crown Plaza Hotel. The winners were selected from 437 entries from media professionals in the 11 Greater Bay Area counties. Competition was for work done in 2001. Entries
Eastside Preparatory High School in East Palo Alto took top honors in the 2001-2002 Peninsula High School Journalism Awards Competition sponsored by the Peninsula Press Club and Hillsdale Shopping Center. Eastside, advised by teacher Angela Buenning, won 10 awards including first-place in the General Excellence category. Capuchino High School in San Bruno and Mills High School in Millbrae each took six awards. Sports Photo:Honorable Mention: Aaron Gandhi, Capuchino2. Joanna Leon, Eastside 1. Elizabeth Elias, Eastside Feature Photo:HM. Chris Eden, Capuchino2.
BY SARA GAISERDAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER An underground newspaper put out by Pacifica students unhappy with censorship at an official school paper was accepted for a high school journalism competition by the Peninsula Press Club last night. The Subterranean, put out by a mostly anonymous group of Terra Nova High School students, will be the first unofficial student publication to compete side by side with school-sponsored papers in the annual contest. “The issue was that it was not sanctioned, it
The Peninsula Press Club presented its 24th annual Professional Journalism Awards on April 27, 2001 during a banquet at Dominic’s at Poplar Creek in San Mateo. The event drew more than 120 club members and contest participants. Awards were presented for work done during the year 2000. NEWSPAPERS – Dailies over 75,000 circulation (Class AAA) Editorial1st Place: San Francisco Chronicle, John Diaz, “Editorial Writing:2nd Place: San Francisco Examiner, James A. Finefrock, “Editorial Writing by James A. Finefrock” Editorial Cartoon1st Place: