MADISON — The Madison chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, in conjunction with the state Capitol press corps, will hold its annual Holiday Mixer and Raffle on Thursday, Dec. 15.
The event will be held from 6-9 p.m. at the Argus Bar, 123 E. Main St., just a block off the Capitol Square in Madison. All area journalists and journalism supporters are invited, and the event is free.
All proceeds from the raffle will benefit the David Maraniss and Elliott Maraniss Scholarship at UW-Madison. The scholarship aims to help women and minority journalists, and includes a summer internship at the Capital Times in Madison.
Visit the scholarship page for more information or to make a donation.
The holiday party will feature a potluck meal, so please bring an appetizer, side dish, main dish or dessert to share.
- Full 7-volume collection of David Maraniss books, courtesy Simon & Schuster
- Free night’s stay at Trempealeau Hotel, courtesy Trempealeau Hotel
- Use of Northern Michigan cabin, courtesy Mike Ivey
- Two tickets, Isthmus Beer and Cheese Festival, courtesy Isthmus
- Two American Players Theatre tickets and APT book, courtesy APT
- Nashville gift basket and “Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South,” courtesy Andrew Maraniss
- Wisconsin State Journal subscription and gift package, courtesy State Journal
- WORT gift package, including Capital Brewery tours, Bos Meadery tasting, and more, courtesy WORT
- Autographed Greg Gard/UW basketball, courtesy UW Athletics
- Books and gift certificate package from Mystery to Me bookstore, courtesy Mystery to Me
- $50 Madison Originals gift certificate, courtesy Dee Hall
- Capital Times swag packages, courtesy Capital Times
- Creative Company client gift package, courtesy Creative Company
- $30 gift certificate, Aqualand Ale House, Boulder Junction, courtesy Aqualand Ale House
- $25 gift certificate, Next Door Brewing Company, courtesy SPJ Madison
- $25 gift certificate, Vintage Brewing Company, courtesy SPJ Madison
- Signed books/cartoons from Bill Lueders, Stu Levitan, Ron McCrea, Mike Konopacki
- Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism beer stein and t-shirt, courtesy WCIJ
- Five free slices, Ian’s Pizza, courtesy Ian’s
SPJ Madison is seeking additional raffle items. Individuals and news organizations that wish to donate items for the raffle should contact SPJ Madison president Mark Pitsch at mpitsch (at) madison.com.