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CLTC garners two more journalism awards.

Contemporary Long Term Care magazine is again the proud recipient of the highest honor that a business-to-business publication can receive.

Our article, "Somebody to love," won a Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award from American Business Media in the category of best single article. The judging board consisted of noted journalists, educators, and industry experts.

Appearing as the cover story of our April 2000 issue, the article deals with residents' rights to intimacy.

CLTC also won a first runner-up in the highly coveted Grand Neal Award. A first for the magazine, this award is given to "the best of the best" by consensus of the judges. It honors the entry that best exemplifies editorial excellence in the business press.

Editor-in-Chief Mark Zacharia, Art Director Susan Froberg, and freelancer Wendy Bonifazi were named as recipients of this year's award.
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