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LW Weekly editor wins writing award

LW Weekly editor wins writing award LW Weekly editor wins writing award


The Orange County Press Club’s annual Excellence in Journalism Awards presentation was held virtually on July 22. Among the award winners was LW Weekly editor Patty Marsters, who placed third in the Best Arts/ Culture Story or Review category for Specialty Publications with “ICT streams performance of ‘Daisy,’ starting Oct. 24.”

The article appeared in the Oct. 22, 2020, edition of LW Weekly.

According to its website, the OC Press Club exists to support, promote and defend quality journalism in Southern California. Its membership includes Orange County-based publishers, editors, journalists, reporters, broadcasters, public information officers, public relations professionals and journalism students.

The members of the club’s board of directors represent about 10 different Orange County outlets.

In this year’s contest, there were 154 entries from 97 members across 50 categories.

Marsters joined LW Weekly as a page designer and editor, managing the Arts & Leisure, Government, and Health & Fitness sections, in October 2020.

She has served on the board of the OC Press Club for 23 years and is currently its treasurer.

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