Senior Voice awarded in national media contest
A nationwide media contest has recognized Senior Voice for excellence. The 23rd Annual National Mature Media Awards contest honored Senior Voice with Merit Awards for three entries:
• regular contributor Diana Weber, the former Alaska Long Term Care Ombudsman, was awarded for her article, “An Offer to Help Can Evolve Into Exploitation”
• regular freelance contributor Dianne Barske was awarded for her feature story, “Unique Opportunities for Lifelong Learners”
• freelance contributor Zaz Hollander was awarded for her feature story, “Dog Biscuit Diplomacy”
The National Mature Media Awards showcase the nation’s very best materials developed for the senior market. The entries were judged by a distinguished panel of mature market experts from across the United States for overall excellence of design, content, creativity and relevance to the senior market.
Senior Voice is in its 36th year of publication by Older Persons Action Group, Inc. and is distributed statewide, free to low-income seniors. Senior Voice content is also available online at http://www.seniorvoicealaska.com.