It is with great pride and enthusiasm that WPAA-TV Executive Director accepts the 1st Place Award for Diversity Empowerment on behalf of Penn’s Pals with a hope to be able to submit to this category every year from the annual creation & a collection of Wallingford stories.
She supported this effort as an OnTheParade Ground Volunteer. Penn’s Pals is now being edited by an Intern from Middlesex Community College. All interns are automatically considered OnTheParadeGround Crew.
To join with others to make Community TV in Wallingford send a note of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At WPAA-TV Interns are being added into the mix as part of community volunteers supporting citizens with their communication goals as members of OnTheParadeGround Crews. So consider being an Intern!!
Producer participation in Alliance for Community Media is also encouranged and underwritten by WPAA.
There is a overall sense of pride about of all of the submissions that represent how far WPAA has come as a community building organization with entries from Citizen Mike, SCOW, Penn’s Pals in addition to ad hoc projects supported by the OnTheParadeGround crew: (BAWA Health, Wallingford Community Theater, BenVentures, and Wallingford Chorus) and the very special Make-A-Difference TV Project “Sharing Joy“.
Our community once again is honored with a 1st place recognition of Penn’s Pals – Through Sophie’s Eyes’ in the category Diversity Empowerment. Bravo.