News gets seven nominations

B.C. and Yukon Community Newspaper Association results announced

The Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News has been nominated for seven B.C. and Yukon Community Newspaper Association awards.

The News is a finalist in five advertising categories, as well as for a service award, and for its special publication, Our Community, Our People.

“For the love of … the ACT” and “FUND RUN – Lace Up” are both nominated for the top ad campaign.

The News’ Thanksgiving campaign and West Coast Ford Animal Series are both nominated in the collaborative advertising category.

The News is also nominated in the collaborative ad design category for Cloud Nine Nail Bar, as well as for the Ma Murray Community Service  Award for Maple Ridge Community Chest.

Those who worked on the nominated projects: Jim Coulter, Lisa Prophet, Carly Moir, Maggie Prince, Annette WaterBeek, Brittany Haqq, Annie Sarazin, Karen Derosia, Jamie Kemmis, Kristine Pierlot, Colleen Flanagan, Monisha Martins, Phil Melnychuk, Neil Corbett and Michael Hall.

Award winners will be announced April 25.

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