Southern Colorado Press Club updates:

  • SCPC wants you!

    Are you interested in being a part of the leadership of this dynamic organization?

    SCPC is currently accepting nominations for members of the 2022-23 Board of Directors.

    Click the following link for more information and available positions:

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5MHQZ27

  • May meeting: Fire and Police

    We are looking forward to seeing everyone for our May meeting Tuesday, May 10 at 11:30 a.m.

    The month’s program will feature Fire Chief Barb Huber and Chief of Police Chris Noeller.

    Tuesday, May 10, 2022
    11:30 a.m.
    Firefighters Historical Center
    116 N. Main St.
    parking in the back

    Please RSVP by this Friday, May 6th at noon to: socopressclub@gmail.com … You will receive a confirmation e-mail once your response is received.

    If you are interested in hosting meetings at this location in the future, the cost to rent the space is $50 for up to 4 hours

    Cost for lunch is:
    $25/non-members
    $20/members
    $10 w/o meal
    $10/students

    Cash accepted. 
    Please make checks payable to Southern Colorado Press Club.
    Need to pay by credit card?
    Make sure we have your e-mail and we will PayPal you.

  • 2022 Sheepdip award winners

    Damon Runyon Award

    For accomplishments and longtime contributions in the media

    • Rob Quirk

    Mel Harmon Award

    For exceptional service and dedication to the Pueblo community

    • Troy Davenport

    Media Excellence

    RADIO/TELEVISION: Rev 89.5 play-by-play team (Brandon Samora, Brad Teter, Kevin Hernandez)

    PRINT: Luke Lyons, formerly Pueblo Chieftain

    GRAPHIC/VIDEO DESIGN/PHOTOGRAPHY: CSU Pueblo Foundation Christmas Card produced by Daniel Minich

    SOCIAL MEDIA: Jennifer De Groot

    PUBLIC RELATIONS/MARKETING: Sommer Street

    PODCAST/WEBCAST: Leading the Pack (CSU Pueblo Alumni Association Podcast) hosted by Tracy Samora