OHIO VALLEY — Ohio Valley Publishing’s largest special edition of the year will appear in newsstands April 28.
The annual Pride and Progress edition has returned to readers over the years in an effort to showcase the best of our Tri-County communities.
Last year’s edition had a theme of “40 under 40,” focusing on residents of Gallia, Mason and Meigs counties who were under 40 years old and making a difference. This year’s theme is “From There to Here” and will feature pieces on individuals ages 40-100, who have a story to tell. It’s hoped the personal stories of these individuals will highlight not only their own path but reflect the history of our area. In short, this year’s edition will remind readers that we all have a story to tell. The list will once again feature people from Meigs, Mason and Gallia counties.
The edition also provides unique advertising opportunities for businesses, organizations and individuals who wish to be a part of this collector’s piece. The deadline to purchase advertising is this Friday, April. 14. Call the Gallipolis Daily Tribune at 740-446-2342, the Point Pleasant Register, at 304-675-1333 or the Pomeroy Daily Sentinel at 740-992-2155 for more information. Or, email Advertising Manager Julia Schultz at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
To find out who made the “From There to Here” list, pick up a copy of the special edition on April 28. Subscribers will receive a copy with their daily edition.
Beth Sergent is editor of Ohio Valley Publishing, email her at email@example.com.