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Religious education director

Virginia Smith, religious education director. Named television Copywriter of Year, Greater Montana Foundation, 1975; recipient, 1982, First Place awards, Montana Ad Club, 1983. Columnist Eastern Montana Catholic Register, 1982—1983, since 1985; active Cursillo Movement; convention delegate Montana Association Churches; member communications committee Montana Catholic Conference.

Background

Smith, Virginia was born on March 28, 1931 in Billings, Montana, United States. Daughter of Raymond A. and Emma A. (McGarvey) S. Bachelor of Arts Journalism, U. Montana, 1953.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism, University Montana, 1953. Master of Arts in Religious Studies, Gonzaga University, 1978.

Career

Copywriter Sta-KBMY, Billings, 1953—1955. In various positions Station-KGHL-Radio-television, 1956—1969. Copy chief Station-KTVQ-television, 1969—1982, promotion director, 1983—1985.

Director religious education Holy Rosary Parish. Chairman religion department Billings Center Catholic High School.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Creator, co-presenter Scripture from Scratch Adult Study Program. Contributor articles to professional journals. Creator Scripture from Scratch (basic Bible program for adults).

Membership

Columnist Eastern Montana Catholic Register, 1982—1983, since 1985. Active Cursillo Movement. Convention delegate Montana Association Churches.

Member communications committee Montana Catholic Conference.

Connections

father:
Raymond A. Bachelor of Arts

mother:
Emma A. (McGarvey) S. Bachelor of Arts