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Get Your Tickets for the 19th Annual Hall of Fame Dinner

Join us Friday, Sept. 19, at 6 p.m. for the 19th Annual Denver Press Club HALL OF FAME induction dinner. Tickets are $65 and MANDATORY RESERVATIONS must be made by Monday, Sept. 15 at

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The Denver Press Club is the nation's oldest press club. Denver journalists met as "a press club" in 1867 and incorporated as "the Denver Press Club" in 1877, a year after Colorado became the 38th state...

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The Denver Press Club is the venue of choice for media events, business meetings, wedding receptions and more!

This Week's Events

Upcoming Events

18 Sep

Thursday, Sept. 18, 6:30 p.m., the Denver Press Club board of directors meets. Members are welcome to attend.

18 Sep

Thursday, Sept. 18, 7 p.m., the DENVER BOOK CLUB meets at the Denver Press Club to discuss "Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Death," by Jon Krakaur. The cost is $3 per person.

It tells the true story of a savage 1984 double murder by two Mormon brothers following a "revelation from God." Through prison interviews, historical segments and extensive research into The Church of Latter Day Saints, Krakaur presents a gripping and disturbing account of the cultures and religion that give rise to fundamentalism.

Josephine Jones, director of programs & Center for the Book for Colorado Humanities, moderates the conversations. Info:

19 Sep

Friday, Sept. 19, 6 p.m. social hour, 7 p.m. dinner/program start. The 19th Annual Denver Press Club HALL OF FAME induction dinner, which will be held upstairs at the club. Tickets cost $65 per person and MANDATORY RESERVATIONS must be made by Monday, Sept. 15 at

The inductees are MARK STUTZ, senior media representative at Xcel Energy and a longtime staunch supporter of the Denver Press Club, including one term as president; VINCENT CARROLL, editorial page editor and columnist for The Denver Post, who also served many years at the Rocky Mountain News; PEGGY LOWE, a veteran of the News, Post, KBCO and the Associated Press who today is a public media journalist in the Midwest; ROBERT THRELKELD, also a veteran of the News and Post who later had a career in public relations; and the late AL NAKKULA, a legendary police reporter at the News, where he worked for 46 years until his death in April 1990. The Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting, which is co-sponsored by the University of Colorado and the Denver Press Club, is named after him.

Our master of ceremonies is club member JIM BROSEMER, who was a television anchor and reporter for most of his career in South Florida before retiring and moving to Denver a few years ago. He now teaches at the University of Denver and Metropolitan State University of Denver.

The menu: chicken cordon bleu with alfredo sauce, mixed vegetables, roasted potatoes, salad and cheesecake.

24 Sep

Wednesday, Sept. 24, 6:30 p.m., the Colorado Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists presents "Five Years Later: The Denver Newspaper War." More details to come.

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Weekly Tally

  • Members: 407
  • Bank loan: $207,221.33
  • In the bank:$21,909.25
  • Dues billed for FY 2014: 296 invoices for a total of $47,426.60
  • Dues paid so far for FY 2014: 214 for a total of $33,008.00

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Buffet Dinner Meal Choices This Week

  • Wednesday, Sept. 10:
    Burger Night, with fries. Hamburgers, salmon burgers, veggie burgers, $6.00.
  • Thursday, Sept. 11:
    Garlic chicken, roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables, $10.00.
  • Friday, Sept. 12:
    Mediterranean Pasta Toss (farfelle pasta with artichoke hearts, feta cheese and spring vegetables), tossed salad, $8.00.
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