La Jolla Light receives first-place honors

Lifestyles editor Susan DeMaggio and Lifestyles section designer Daniel Lew. Photos Phil Dailey

The staff at La Jolla Light is proud to announce its win of two first place awards for excellence in the California Newspaper Publishers Association (CNPA) Better Newspapers Contest for 2011.

In the weekly newspapers division, The Light won top honors for both its Lifestyles coverage and its Best of La Jolla special section. The awards were announced at the CNPA annual conference May 5, 2012 in San Jose.

Don Parks, vice president of advertising; John Feagans, manager of the graphics department; Ashley Goodin and Sarah Minihane, media consultants. Seated from left Melissa Macias, graphic designer and Ashley O’Donnell, inside sales support.

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Posted by Susan DeMaggio on May 8, 2012. Filed under Featured Story. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

4 Comments for “La Jolla Light receives first-place honors”

  1. Greg

    Good job, La Jolla Light!!!

  2. Halie

    Congratulations! Your hard work really shows.

  3. Jessica

    Well deserved!

  4. Hector

    wish I was still a freelancer for you…loved the time there…I will make sure to mention you when I win my Pultizer as well : )

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