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Upcoming Regional Conference

At our meeting at EIJ 18, we set the date and location for our regional conference. It will be April 5-6, 2019, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The University of Idaho chapter has volunteered to serve as host chapter, and we are looking for volunteers to serve on a regional conference committee. We are looking for several people to help with programming and the other logistics for the event. If you are interested, email me at dmeyers@spj.org.

We are also looking for programming for the events. One thing we are working on is a panel on covering Native Americans. If there is something you’d like to see or present, email me with your suggestions.

Regional Conference-Cancelled

Due to scheduling conflicts and other issues, we will be cancelling the regional conference at this time. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Great spring conference!

Timg_20130413_091031hanks to Pia Hallenberg of The Spokesman-Review, Mark Peterson of KXLY and the Inland Northwest Pro chapter of SPJ for hosting SPJ’s Region 10 spring conference in Spokane, Washington. If you weren’t able to attend or want to access some of the information shared during the event, please visit our Region 10 Spring Conference website. You’ll also find pictures, tips and more.

We also want to congratulate the Mark of Excellence Award winners. You can view a list of winners here —>2012 MOE Winners.

The 2014 Region 10 SPJ Spring Conference will be hosted by the Greater Oregon/SW Washington Pro Chapter. Stay tuned for details!

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2012 SPJ Region 10 Spring Conference

Did you attend the 2012 SPJ Region 10 Spring Conference at PLU in Tacoma last weekend? If so, tell us what you thought.

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2013 Region 10 SPJ Spring Conference

Yes, you read that correctly! We are already planning next year’s spring conference. The 2013 conference will be held in early to mid April in Spokane. Have ideas for programs? Venue or sponsor suggestions? Other recommendations? Contact Pia Hallenberg, The Spokesman Review, of the Inland Northwest Chapter or Dana Neuts, regional director.

 

 

SPJ Spring Conference: Lost & Found

The staff at PLU reports a few items were found over the weekend. They may belong to participants in last weekend’s SPJ Spring Conference. Lost items:

  • Cell phone (black Samsung)
  • Rain Jacket (light green, Pac Tech, Ladies Medium)
  • Sun filter for a camera

PLU will hang onto the items until Fri., April 13, 2012. Contact Kelley Kohlwes at PLU to claim your items.

 

Region 10 Spring Conference: The Working Press

Members of the SPJ Student Chapter at Pacific Lutheran University recreated the Working Press for this weekend’s SPJ conference. Inviting students from around the region to participate, the Working Press site includes session recaps, speaker handouts, photos, an agenda, list of Mark of  Excellence Award winners and more. If you missed the conference, or if you attended and want to see more on sessions you missed, check it out. It is a great site with lots of useful information.

Well done, PLU!

 

 

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