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The Gazette - Published: May 13, 2014
The Gazette - Published: May 13, 2014

The 34th annual Telly Awards recently gave Jamey Hastings of the Pikes Peak Library District its highest honor, the Silvery Telly, for her film, "Our Own Backyard: Reflections on the Waldo Canyon Fire." Hastings has worked for PPLD for four years, and is Video Producer/Director. The Telly Awards...

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The 34th annual Telly Awards recently gave Jamey Hastings of the Pikes Peak Library District its highest honor, the Silvery Telly, for her film, "Our Own Backyard: Reflections on the Waldo Canyon Fire." Hastings has worked for PPLD for four years, and is Video Producer/Director. The Telly Awards recognize outstanding video, film and TV productions.

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