I wanted to welcome you all back as we begin to prepare for the upcoming Southern Colorado Press Club Season. The end of our 2019-2020 schedule certainly brought on some unprecedented changes to our events, especially this year’s Sheep Dip which we unfortunately had to cancel.

We will plan on having Sheep Dip for the 2020-2021 Press Club Year on Thursday April 8, 2021 so please to be sure to mark that on your calendars. The entire Press Club has been working tirelessly to schedule and put together programs for the upcoming year. However, due to the challenges of COVID-19 and limits on social gatherings, we are going to have to postpone the start to the Press Club season until October. Please be on the lookout for further communication from the Southern Colorado Press Club on upcoming meetings and events.
As you are already aware, our main goal for Southern Colorado Press Club is to raise funds to be able to provide scholarships to deserving Media Communication students at Colorado State University Pueblo and Pueblo Community College. Due to the fact that we had to unfortunately cancel Sheep Dip this year, our largest fundraising event of the year, we are limited on funds and will have to forgo the Southern Colorado Press Club Grant this year.

If you or your business would like to help out and contribute to the Press Club Scholarship fund, please reach out to us directly to open up those lines of communication as your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Thank you all for your engagement and support. We look forward to seeing you at future Southern Colorado Press Club meetings.

Matt Centner, President

  • Join us for our Annual Sheepdip Dinner

    Please join the Southern Colorado Press Club for this year’s Sheepdip, the annual fundraising event benefitting mass communications scholarships.

    Plan to join us Thursday, April 6, 2023
    Olde Towne Carriage House
    102 S. Victoria Ave., Pueblo
    5:30 p.m. Cocktails
    6:30 p.m. Dinner and Program

    This year we will honor the McCulley Family with the Mel Harmon Community Service Award for their unwavering support, service and kindness to the Pueblo community.

    We will also honor former Pueblo Chieftain Reporter Jon Pompia for his contributions to journalism as a special sections editor, reporter, reviewer, photographer and page designer.

    An exciting evening will celebrate the accomplishments of colleagues with recognition for media excellence. Proceeds from the event support scholarships for local communications students at CSU Pueblo and Pueblo Community College. Invitations will be in the mail soon.

    We look forward to seeing you!
    SCPC Board of Directors

    Ticket pricing and information

    $65 per person
    $500 for a table of 8

    Reserve your spot via Paypal today!