Brock speaks at Historical Society meeting


Plain City Advocate and The Madison Press editor Gary Brock was the guest speaker Tuesday at the Plain City Historical Society meeting. Brock spoke about his background in media, future coverage of Plain City and Madison County in general and asked the group for input on news and issues important to them. He is pictured at center with Historical Society president Karen Vance, at right, who was recently elected to a new two-year term heading the organization, and her husband Bernie Vance, at left, the groups “unofficial” program chairman. They are looking at the AIM Media monthly farming and agriculture publication Rural Life Today, of which Brock is also the editor.


Plain City Advocate and The Madison Press editor Gary Brock was the guest speaker Tuesday at the Plain City Historical Society meeting. Brock spoke about his background in media, future coverage of Plain City and Madison County in general and asked the group for input on news and issues important to them. He is pictured at center with Historical Society president Karen Vance, at right, who was recently elected to a new two-year term heading the organization, and her husband Bernie Vance, at left, the groups “unofficial” program chairman. They are looking at the AIM Media monthly farming and agriculture publication Rural Life Today, of which Brock is also the editor.

Plain City Advocate and The Madison Press editor Gary Brock was the guest speaker Tuesday at the Plain City Historical Society meeting. Brock spoke about his background in media, future coverage of Plain City and Madison County in general and asked the group for input on news and issues important to them. He is pictured at center with Historical Society president Karen Vance, at right, who was recently elected to a new two-year term heading the organization, and her husband Bernie Vance, at left, the groups “unofficial” program chairman. They are looking at the AIM Media monthly farming and agriculture publication Rural Life Today, of which Brock is also the editor.
http://plaincity-advocate.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2017/07/web1_Historicalmeetingpiccol.jpgPlain City Advocate and The Madison Press editor Gary Brock was the guest speaker Tuesday at the Plain City Historical Society meeting. Brock spoke about his background in media, future coverage of Plain City and Madison County in general and asked the group for input on news and issues important to them. He is pictured at center with Historical Society president Karen Vance, at right, who was recently elected to a new two-year term heading the organization, and her husband Bernie Vance, at left, the groups “unofficial” program chairman. They are looking at the AIM Media monthly farming and agriculture publication Rural Life Today, of which Brock is also the editor.