52nd Annual SoCal Journalism Awards Dinner to Honor LAFD Legend Jim Perry

Saturday, June 26, 2010 |

America’s most famous immigrant, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, will join Haiti recovery activist and Oscar winner Sean Penn in honoring CNN anchor Anderson Cooper at the LA Press Club’s Journalism Awards Gala Dinner, on June 27, 2010 in the Crystal Room of the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel.

LAFD Captain Jim Perry (1939-2009). Click to learn more...
LAFD Captain Jim Perry (1939-2009 )
This year’s awards show is dedicated to the memory of Los Angeles Fire Captain Jim Perry, a "firefighter’s firefighter" and a longtime supporter of both the awards and the Los Angeles Press Club.

"This star-studded night is a celebration of quality journalism," said incoming Press Club President Will Lewis, adding that the award ceremony "Serves as an inspiration for journalists who continue to uncover stories that matter."

Cocktails and Silent Auction begin at 5:00 PM, with Dinner and the Awards Program commencing at 6:00 PM. For additional information, call (323) 669-8081 or visit:

lapressclub.org


Submitted by Brian Humphrey, Spokesman
Los Angeles Fire Department

2 comments:

Scott P said...

I don't see what Gov. Schwarzenegger being an immigrant has to do with this event... but I suppose it looks better in print than "California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose hair is a very odd shade of red these days..."

LAFD Media and Public Relations said...

Scott P,

In my haste to get this posted, I borrowed copy from the L.A. Press Club's release, including the statement regarding our Governor. :)

Clearly needless words for our purpose, for what was truly a wonderful event and honor to our Brother Jim's memory.

Thanks for keeping us on our toes, and for allowing me a chance to explain.

Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department

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