Monday, June 24, 2013

Georgia Bulletin wins six CPA award

The Catholic Press Association met in Denver in mid-June for its annual convention and awards for excellence. 

The Georgia Bulletin earned six awards. It's very flattering to read the comments given by the judges. We are pleased to get the recognition but more importantly we are pleased to share the news of the Catholic community in the 69 counties of North Georgia.  

Enjoy the stories again. 

First Place 

Best sports journalism - sports news:

Second place

Best coverage of Year of Faith, Andrew Nelson and Michael Alexander

Third place

Best photograph, best sports photo: "Arms Control," Michael Alexander 
   Blessed Trinity High School junior Evan Strawn, right, pinned his St. Pius X opponent at the 5:46 mark of their 6:00 match. Blessed Trinity defeated Marist School and St. Pius X High School to retain the Catholic Duals Championship.
(Page 32, January 19, 2012 issue) 

Best Photograph, best portrait:  "HIV/AIDS Activist," Michael Alexaner

Joan Moore, a member of All Saints Church, Dunwoody, has been involved in HIV/AIDS outreach since the disease first came on scene in the 80s. Moore lost a cousin in Philadelphia, Pa., and a son-in-law in New Jersey to the disease in the 90s. Today she is actively involved in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church’s AIDS ministry.
(Page 20, December 6, 2012 issue)

Best Regular Column, culture, the arts and leisure: David A. King 
Honorable mention

Best Online/Multi-media Presentation of Visuals, Michael Alexander and Thomas Schulte

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