The 14th Annual Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Awards
The 14th Annual Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Awards will be presented Nov. 17, 2016, at the Palace Theatre in Manchester.
Information about the program, the 2016 First Amendment recipient and tickets will be posted here. Stay tuned.
A big thank you to all who made our 13th Annual Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Awards Event such a success.
Special thanks to Chris Matthews of MSNBC's "Hardball" program, who donated his time as guest speaker.
And congratulations, again, to the 2015 award recipients:
First Amendment Recipient: Former Portsmouth Police Officer John Connors.
Quill & Ink Recipient: Laconia Circuit Court Judge James Carroll.
Thanks to our First Amendment Award sponsors and supporters:
Presenting Sponsor: People's United Bank
Liberty Reception Sponsor: EverSource Energy
Free Press Reception Sponsor: Amoskeag Beverages
Legacy Sponsor: Eastern Bank
First Amendment Award: AutoFair
Speaker Sponsor: U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
Award Video Supporter: TD Charitable Foundation
Name Tag Sponsor: Holloway Automotive Group
Ticket Sponsor: AT&T
Hospitality Sponsor: The Common Man Family of Restaurants
Catholic Medical Center
Fallon Health Kinder MorganCharles SchwabJoseph and Signe McQuaidSilvertech First in the Nation Sponsor:Jeb! 2016Kasich for AmericaLive Free or Die AllianceMarco Rubio for PresidentDonald J. Trump for President
Followers of the School:BAE SystemsLincoln FinancialMcLane Middleton
Elliot Health System
Daniel and Carol Hughes
Sean and Kirsten Mahoney
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University St. Mary's Bank
Friends of the School:
Anagnost InvestmentsBIACross InsuranceDouglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. Howe, Riley + HoweHon. Stephen MerrillMosse & Mosse Associates New Hampshire College and University CouncilSingle DigitsSNHUUnion Leader Corp.
Speaker: Donald Trump.
First Amendment Recipient: Journalist James Foley, who gave his life in the Middle East, telling the stories of ordinary people caught up in horrible violence.
WMUR NECN NH1
Speaker: George Stephanopoulos of ABC News
First Amendment Recipient: The Telegraph