"Like many industries, newspapers face serious challenges," says Mike Luckovich, the Pulitzer Prize-winning, nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "But it's important to remember the millions of Americans who still love and rely on their local newspaper."
"We are thrilled to have these artists use their unique humor to remind us what we'd be missing without the printed newspaper," adds Randy Siegel, President and Publisher of PARADE and a co-founder of The Newspaper Project.
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A robust crowd of citizens of all ages were present this noon in downtown Zebulon on the courthouse lawn to come together in prayer for our nation on this 58th annual observance of National Day of Prayer.
Music was provided by the choir of Old Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church.
Local Pastors Kenneth Koon, Concord Baptist Church; Clarence Burton, Neal Baptist Church; Terry Ison, Nazareth Baptist Church and Travis Ferguson of Old Mt Calvary Missionary Baptist Church led the crowd in prayers for our nation, our security, our military and their families, sanctity of life and protection of marriage.