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Capital Region Joint Ad Association’s Annual Charity Holiday Party

Capital Region Joint Ad Association’s Annual Charity Holiday Party

The New York Capital Region AMA, Albany Ad Club, Womens’ Press Club of New York State, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Capital Region chapter, and the Alliance for Women in Media are delighted to present the Capital Region Joint Ad Association’s Annual Charity Holiday Party.

Join us as we celebrate the holidays and the spirit of giving.

The proceeds of this year’s charity goes to Capital Roots, a non-profit organization that works to reduce the impact of poor nutrition on public health in the Capital Region.

By attending the holiday party, you support Capital Roots’ mission to “nourish healthy communities by providing access to fresh food and green spaces for all.”

Celebrate with us on December 8th. Register now to give.

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Announcing Our 2011 Board of Directors

(ALBANY, NY – February 8, 2011) The Capital Region NY Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America today is proud to announce its 2011 Board of Directors, as elected by chapter membership. The board manages and controls the business affairs of the chapter.

The general duties and responsibilities of the board of directors include leading the chapter by anticipating and assessing market and member needs, developing services and programs to meet these needs, establishing chapter objectives and formulating chapter policy to meet these objectives and ensuring that the business and affairs of the chapter are conducted in accordance with chapter and national bylaws and in the best interest of the members.

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Welcome!

Welcome to the official blog of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Capital Region NY!

With our blog, we hope to do more than just keep your apprised to our monthly workshops, panel discussions and special events. We want to deliver value to you as a public relations practitioner. So, each week one of our board members we’ll deliver a case study, best practice, or personal commentary on either the public relations industry or local PR scene – anything and everything that can help you develop as a practitione

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