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Karin McCay receives Mary Ann Edwards Professional Communicator Award

Karin McCay honored by the Assocation for Women in Communication on Tuesday (Source: KCBD Video) Karin McCay honored by the Assocation for Women in Communication on Tuesday (Source: KCBD Video)

Our very own Karin McCay was honored by the Association for Women in Communication at their 2017 luncheon on Tuesday.

The event honors local people who have made great contributions to Lubbock.

Karin received the Mary Ann Edwards Professional Communicator Award for her work in the communications industry, recognizing the impact she's had on the South Plains.

Congratulations, Karin!

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