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39th Annual Professional Recognition Awards and Scholarship Dinner

May 6, 2017, 6 PM cocktails, 7 PM dinner

at Drumlins Country Club, 800 Nottingham Road

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Syracuse Press Club

PO Box 5424

Syracuse NY 13220-5424 

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# Name Position Phone Mobile Phone Number Fax
1 Josh Cradduck President
2 Sarah Hall 1st VP
3 Katrina Tulloch 2nd VP
4 Larry Dietrich 3rd VP
5 Beth Goldberg Treasurer 243-3507
6 Julie McMahon Secretary
7 Mike McAndrew Past VP
8 Charles McChesney Membership Chair
9 Michael Riecke Scholarship Cmte Chairman
10 Laura Bailey Director
11 Gladys Cleland Member
12 Lou Gulino Past President 477-9446
13 Bob Baker Past President
"News is the first rough draft of history."
--Philip L. Graham (1915–1963), U.S. newspaper publisher

Wall of Distinction


J. Leonard Gorman

The Post-Standard

J. Leonard Gorman was employed with The Post-Standard more than 50 years, beginning in 1933 as a $40-a-week copy reader and rising rapidly through the ranks to become the publication's top editor.
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