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July Updates

A Letter From the President
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Laura Hicks


PRCA Montgomery

Dear PRCA Family,


I trust you had a wonderful Fourth of July! Where has this year gone already?


We’re heading into the last half of the year. I don’t know about you, but I don’t always take time to review long-range goals for our organization. Too often as PR professionals, we have so many tasks on our plate, that we can only focus on what’s rights in front of us. Now is a good time to pause and review your annual goals. Evaluate where you want to be at the end of the year and map out a plan to get there!!


We have a great conference coming up on September 14 which will include everything you ever wanted to know about social media! Registration will be online soon. 


If I can help you personally or professionally in any way, let me know.


Laura Hicks

Communications Director

Palomar Insurance

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

Prep for Pressers

Free virtual training for nonprofits

Are you a nonprofit struggling with how to get your highlights and upcoming events covered by the local news? Join inCity Magazine's free virtual training for nonprofits, where PRCA VP of Students Ebony Horton will dive into the basics for preparing and writing press releases and following up on media content. Register at

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