New online community calendar

The Hope Standard has simplified the submission process

The Hope Standard has launched a new online community calendar.

The system requires no login or password, and you can now add an image and designate calendar items to appear on other Black Press websites. Events can also be shared directly on Facebook and Twitter from our calendar.

Someone here in The Hope Standard newsroom will check each item before it posts to make sure it complies with our submission guidelines. The online community calendar is a great way to create buzz about your organization or event.

It’s not to be used for publicizing a business-oriented sale.

If you need to make any changes after submitting an event, email news@hopestandard.com

NOTE: EXISTING CALENDAR ITEMS HAVE NOT CARRIED OVER TO THE NEW SYSTEM AND WILL NEED TO BE RE-ENTERED.

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