Chronicle receives six nominations for Golden Quill awards
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Chronicle receives six nominations for Golden Quill awards

Awards moved to September 3 due to COVID-19

The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania hosted the annual Golden Quill Awards on Thursday, September 3. (Photo from Golden Quills program)
The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania hosted the annual Golden Quill Awards on Thursday, September 3. (Photo from Golden Quills program)

Adam Reinherz, David Rullo and Toby Tabachnick are finalists for this year’s Golden Quill Awards, an annual competition sponsored by the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania that recognizes professional excellence in journalism.

Winners will be announced during the annual Golden Quills dinner. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions, the dinner has tentatively been rescheduled for Thursday, Sept. 3, at the Rivers Casino.

Chronicle staff writer, Adam Reinherz, has been recognized for “Charleston survivor comforts congregants,” and “Cleaning up, after the unimaginable.” Staff writer David Rullo has been recognized for “Pittsburgh’s first Torah by female scribe commissioned by Temple Sinai,” “Rediscovering the Jews of Amiens,” and “Temple Beth Am shutters its doors, buries prayer books.” Editor Toby Tabachnick has been recognized for “Neglected Jewish cemetery in White Oak restored by non-Jewish volunteers.” PJC

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