“The State of the Plate” Gourmet Lunch and Forum, noon, Wed., Aug 27, featuring a panel of food and wine experts and a delicious 3-course lunch at Ces & Judy’s in Le Chateau Village. Click Here for invitation and details. Click Here to pay by credit card.
Press Club Annual Scholarship Reception
with Guest Speaker Wendy Wiese
Tuesday, July 15, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Norman Probstein Golf Clubhouse in Forest Park
We recognized this year's Press Club and Journalism Foundation scholarship winners and heard Wendy Wiese of Donnybrook fame.
There were delicious appetizers and refreshing beverages, $19
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Checks go to Press Club, PO Box 410522, St. Louis, MO 63141
2014 Scholarships were announced and presented at the July 15 reception held at the Probstein Golf Clubhouse. Guest speaker for the evening was veteran St. Louis television and radio personality, Wendy Wiese. Nine of the the ten scholarship recipients attended. From left to right: Wendy Weise, and scholarship winners: Delores McKenzie-Bush, Laura Therese Schilli, Laura Berry, Regan Gillam, Jack Suntrup, Lauren Parker, Elizabeth Barmeier, Morgan Purdy, Lauren Blankenship.
Press Club Membership Round-Up Wine Reception and Portrait Photography Exhibition
Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 4:30pm - 6:30pm
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From left, John Nagel, executive director of the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum, speaking to Press Club members and guests about “Portraits/Process”, the current exhibit, at the July 1 Members Round-Up wine and cheese reception. Wines were donated by the Adam Puchta Winery. Photograph by Lauren Parker.
June 10: Charlie Brennan told stories from his book “Amazing St. Louis”, and lunch at Sheraton in Clayton 11:30 am to 1 pm.
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To pay by check, make it to CSPRC and mail to Janice Garvin at: Community Service Public Relations Council,1693 South Hanley Road, St. Louis, MO 63144
March 26: Press Club forum focusing on STL250 at Missouri History Museum
Erin Budde, executive director, STL250, explaining how STL250 came together and describing the year-long series of activities – both planned and in progress -- for St. Louisans to enjoy.
Press Club members Claudia Burris and Rick Stoff on the self-guided tour of the History Museum's "250 in 250" exhibit.
Jody Sowell, the MHM director of exhibitions and research, giving background on the exhibit focusing on 50 people, 50 places, 50 images, 50 moments and 50 objects commemorating the founding of St. Louis
PRESS CLUB BEAUTY BUZZ – 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, February 22 at Neiman Marcus. Click Here for more or Click Here for donation payment to help fund media scholarships. SNAPS FROM BEAUTY BUZZ. Click Here.
MEDIA PERSON OF THE YEAR GALA, Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at 6 p.m. honoring Rick Hummel, Bob Uecker and Bob Duffy at The Edward Jones corporate headquarters. Click here for all details. Click here for credit card reservation and payment. SNAPS FROM 2014 MEDIA PERSON OF THE YEAR GALA. Click Here.
PRESS CLUB ANNUAL MEETING
The Highlands Golf Club in Forest Park December 12 at 6 p.m. with keynote speaker, Dick Weiss. Click Here for more. Click Here to pay by credit card.
From left, Ellen Futterman and Carol Lundgren received the Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis’ highest honor, The 2013 Catfish Award, for their service to the organization and contributions to media excellence in our community at the club’s Annual Meeting on December 12.
From left, Rick Stoff and Cynthia Kagan Frohlichstein at the Press Club’s December 12 Annual Meeting receiving the President’s “Above and Beyond” Award for their exemplary service to the organization.
Join the discussion and hear what nine St. Louis news professional have to say about “Idiocracy: Is modern media making us stupid?” Noon, Friday Nov. 15 Ladue Horton Watkins High School, Black Box theater. Click Here for all details.
Congratulations to Press Club members Alvin Reid and Ellen Futterman, who were awarded the 2013 Gateway Media Literacy Partners Charles Klotzer Award for Media Literacy at the Press Club’s Nov. 15 forum, which was part of Media Literacy Week.
Press Club Speaker Series at the Gatesworth:
7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 26: Barbara Langsam Shuman, documentary filmmaker, will talk about making her first documentary, “The Stem Cell Divide.
PRESS CLUB’S SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP, "Follow us on Twitter" - NEW RESCHEDULED DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 from 9 to Noon, Webster University Emerson Library Computer Lab. Lunch to follow. Click Here for details. Click Here for credit card reservation.
Press Club Speaker Series at the Gatesworth:
7 p.m. Wednesday Oct 30: Bill McClellan, columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch will share amusing anecdotes from his journalism career.
St. Louis Public Library private tour and a visit to the Media Archives Sat. Sept 7 at 2:30pm. Click Here for more.
From left, pictured below, are a few of our members with Library staff: Sarah Cain, Amanda Bahr-Evola, Rick Stoff, Jasmine Huda, Ellen Soule, Gloria Ross, Brenda McDonald, Louise McDonald.
On Wednesday, July 31 writer/reporter Katy Quigley Gurley, daughter of the late-great Martin P. Quigley presented a fascinating lecture on writing memoirs and the making of the Martin Quigley documentary. He was a true public relations superstar and one of the St. Louis Press Club founders.
Press Club Scholarship Luncheon and “Cartooning in St. Louis” on July 18
Click Here for more information.Press Club and Journalism Foundation scholarship recipients were announced and awarded at the July 18 luncheon held at Forest Park’s Norman Probstein Golf Clubhouse. From left, Press Club president Bill Smith with the winners who were able to attend: Kelly Boruff, Christa Corrigan, India Everett, Alexy Irving, Sierra Hancock, Daniel Bauman, Sam Masterson, and Ben Manhanke. For more information about all scholarship winners, Click Here.
From left, St. Louis Post-Dispatch “Weatherbird” cartoonist Dan Martin with his caricature of Press Club president Bill Smith in his “Superman” pose.
Mike Phoenix, author of numerous books on cartooning in St. Louis including “Comics’ Second City: The Gateway History of the American Comic Book” speaking at the Press Club forum.
“Finding your footing in the topsy-turvy world of journalism and social media” was the topic presented by Dick Weiss at the “Press Club at the Gatesworth” program on 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 26 at Gatesworth theater, One McKnight Place. Click Here for more.
Press Club’s 2nd Annual Spelling Bee was 8 p.m., Wed., June 19 at The Royale to benefit our scholarship program. Click Here for more information.
Press Club members at the June 19 Spelling Bee are from left, Aisha Sultan, Glenda Partlow, Diane Toroian Keaggy, Pam Niehaus, Gloria Ross, Richard Gavatin.
Ray Hartmann was a guest speaker at The Gatesworth on April 30, 2013
Press Club member Ray Hartmann speaking at the Gatesworth about his long and successful media career.
From left, Ray Hartmann with Press Club at the Gatesworth program coordianator Cynthia Kagan Frolichstein.
Private Tour of the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame plus An Afternoon at the Fine Art Fair and Winefest In Washington, MO. Tour: 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18.
Nominations for the Photojournalism Hall of Fame has been extended. For nomination criteria and apploication form go to: http://www.mopress.com/_lib/files/FameForm.pdf
Press Club members and friends at the Photojournalism Hall of Fame tour and reception on May 18 hosted by Bill Miller.
Bill Miller, Jr. speaking to the Press Club members and friends about the past, present, and future of the Photojournalism Hall of Fame.
Bill Miller, Sr (center) hosting the May 18 tour and reception of the Photojournalism Hall of Fame for the Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis. From left, Casey Kuchem, Hall of Fame caretaker, Press Club members: Gloria Ross, Bill Miller, Joe Kenny and Rick Stoff.
MPC lunch with Carol Daniels 11 to 1:30 on April 6 at Maggiano’s Little Italy. Click here for more.
St. Louis Press Club's Movie and a Cocktail Night: Drinks and a screening of Absence of Malice, a classic journalism film starring Paul Newman and Sally Field Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Click Here for more. Click Here to make a $25 donation.
From left, Amanda Cook, Movie Night chairperson, greets Gary and Ellen Soule at the reception prior to the screening of Absence of Malice.
From left, Pam Niehaus Ben Lipman and Melissa Zensen at the April 23 Press Club movie night
Press Club members and friends gathered for wine, beer and popcorn prior to Press Club's first-ever movie night at the Galleria 6 Cinema to see the journalism classic, Absence of Malice on April 23.
“Crimes Against Seniors” – a free and informative talk by BBB investigator, Bill Smith -- 7:30 p.m., March 21 at the Gatesworth Theater, One McKnight Place -- second in Press Club at the Gatesworth program series.