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P-C seeks editorial board community members

6:38 PM, Mar. 1, 2013  |  Comments

Are you interested in issues in your community, state, nation and world? Do you want to have a direct impact on The Post-Crescent's views of those issues? Do you have a free hour at noon on Wednesdays?

If you answered "yes" to those questions, please consider applying to be a community member of The P-C's editorial board. We're looking for members to join the board from April through June.

We ask members to attend most of our weekly editorial board meetings, which run from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesdays at our office in downtown Appleton.

We're looking for people who are familiar with current events and we hope they will propose editorial topics, ask questions and share their opinions.

We value an open mind. Our goal is to focus on the issues that have an impact on our lives in the Fox Cities.

We offer an opportunity to write a column or two. We offer no pay, but we will feed you lunch.

If you're interested, please send us a letter or an email about why you want to be on the editorial board. The more you can tell us, the better. We'd also like to hear about your background, your career, your family.

You can email your application letter to pcletters@postcrescent.com or mail it to Larry Gallup, The Post-Crescent, P.O. Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912.

We'll accept applications through March 12.

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