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Holmes wins 16 awards at 2024 CPRAM Awards Program

Members of the Holmes Community College Communications and Marketing/Recruiting departments brought home 16 awards during the College Public Relations Association of Mississippi (CPRAM) Awards Program on May 20. The awards program was held in conjunction with the 2024 CPRAM Annual Conference held at the Hollywood Casino in Bay St. Louis.

Awards included: Mary Margaret Busby, second place, feature story, Holmes CC Newsworthy: Connection! Spotlight; Stephanie Wood, Jill Sowell, Dr. Lindy McCain and Katherine Ellard, second place, institutional magazine-annual report, Foundation Annual Report; Katherine Ellard and Stephanie Wood, first place, newsletter, Pawprints; Stephanie Wood, second place, viewbook/admissions and recruitment piece, Holmes At-A-Glance; Stephanie Wood, first place, single piece of art, Die Cut Bulldog Card; Steve Diffey and Stephanie Wood, second place, single piece of artwork, 2023 Men’s Basketball Poster; Morgan Bondurant, Stephanie Wood and Jill Sowell, third place, television spots, What Does Holmes Mean to You?; Morgan Bondurant and Stephanie Wood, first place, multi-media presentation, 2023 Graduation Video; Jill Sowell and Steve Diffey, third place, website, Dog Tracks; Morgan Bondurant, Stephanie Wood and Jill Sowell, first place, website,; Steve Diffey, first place, website-sports,; Morgan Bondurant and Jill Sowell, first place, social media-non sports, West Anderson Style Library Visit;  Morgan Bondurant, first place, social media-sports, Corion Mathis jersey drip; Stephanie Wood, Jill Sowell and Morgan Bondurant, third place, non-sport promo/hype video, CTE Show on the Road; and Morgan Bondurant, second place, non-sport promo/hype video, Ole Mountain Outdoor Adventures.

Wood received a CPRAM Grand Award for her single piece of art submission for the Die Cut Bulldog Card.


IN THIS PHOTO: Pictured are Katherine Ellard, Mary Margaret Busby, Steve Diffey, Morgan Bondurant and Stephanie Wood.


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