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A Letter From the President
As the dog days of summer have gone, is anyone else as doggone tired as I am? I hope you all are staying safe. It’s tough to navigate this season!
So, how did the dog days of summer get its name? Sirius is the brightest star in the sky and one in a group of stars that form the constellation Canis Major, meaning “Greater Dog.” It’s no surprise, then, that the nickname of this big, bold star became “the Dog Star.” I don’t know much about constellations, but the images I find of dogs sure are cute! What stands out to me, however, is that it’s a big, bold star.
And SO ARE YOU!
You are the expert in your field. A trained professional in ethics, communication tactics, and tools! I encourage you to continue to stand as the voice of your organization. Approach management with your bold vision and do big things.
As you make plans, add to your calendar continuing education and register for our workshop on September 14th from 9-3! Socially Speaking features social media experts who will share first-hand knowledge of campaigns, best practices, and trends in social media.
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It's Time to Get Social!
Join us September 14, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for our virtual one day professional development workshop, Socially Speaking. We'll welcome four speakers, who will share their expertise on all matters social media.
We will welcome Caleb Hawk, chief storyteller with Serquest; Megan Florence, Marketing Director and Social Media Manager with Oyster City Brewing Company as well as Associate Photographer at Kim Box Photography; Josie Russell Young, Marketing Director with Russell Construction and star of HGTV Hometown Takeover; and Suzanna Wasserman Edwards, Vice President of Marketing for Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors.
You won't want to miss this day filled with all the social media best practices, trends, and more, plus some great giveaways!
PRCA Members: $35
PRCA Awards Student Design Winners
Kendall Rice with her 1st Place design
Four River Region college students received design honors from The Public Relations Council of Alabama (PRCA) Montgomery Chapter as part of the organization's first-ever Student Logo Competition. The competition rallied the digital artistry of local students through PRCA’s 2021 membership service project for Homeless Outreach Mission Endeavor (HOME). HOME’s leadership selected award-winning entries based on contest requirements and the student’s ability to translate the organization’s vision into compelling designs.
The award recipients for PRCA’s 2021 Student Logo Competition are:
1st Place - Kendall Rice, Trenholm State Community College
2nd Place - Aurora Kimball, Trenholm State Community College
3rd Place - Emma Walters, Pike Road High School, Trenholm State Community College
Honorable Mention – Jasmine Moore – Trenholm State Community College
For more information and to see all the winning designs, visit the Logo Competition Page.