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Old 02-16-09, 08:09 PM
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Default Awesome NIE Programs Across the State - Part 2

In addition to the NIE programs listed in Part 1, I want to add a big salute to these Newspapers in Education programs that are doing an outstanding job providing educational support to the schools and families in their communities:
Recognition to your NIE sponsors is so important, the Banner News in Magnolia is running a 1/2 page thank you ad recognizing 17 NIE program sponsors!
The Mena Star is a weekly publication that hosts a full page educational feature. Their NIE program has 12 sponsors.
The Northwest Arkansas Times has been running the Traditional Cherokee stories provided by the Arkansas Press Association's NIE program and the Cherokee Nation. They are also spotlighting an upcoming special event - a NIE Block Sale. The Block Sale is an event that allows businesses to donate gift certificates to their literacy fundraiser.
The Blytheville Courier News has a great thank you ad. The sponsors - all 24 of them - are featured in a schoolhouse frame! An additional feature of their ad is that the ad tells when the newspapers are delivered and how they are used in the classroom.
The Camden News has a 1/2 page ad saluting their 34 Partners in Education that provide NIE papers to their community! Thirty-four sponsors! The 1/2 page ad also has an area for kids that features 4 quick and easy puzzles.
With 17 NIE sponsors, the El Dorado News-Times features business card size recognition ads in a 1/4 page feature. This ad allows readers to see who is supporting the program in the area.
In Hot Springs, the Sentinel-Record runs large ads across the bottom of a page reminding readers about NIE and how they too can support the program.
The Salem News has 9 sponsors who are sponsoring a special NIE series. A nice part of the recognition ad is that they tell readers how many students in Fulton and Oregon counties receive their newspaper each week in the classroom. They are running the Traditional Cherokee Stories as a part of this program. These stories are provided by the APA NIE program and the Cherokee Nation.
In Searcy, the Daily Citizen, is running the Traditional Cherokee serialized stories as a full page feature along with a thank you ad recognizing 18 sponsors!
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