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He was chairman of the American Newspaper Publishers Association in 1979 and 1980.
He received many awards, including the Silver Medal award from the Worcester Area Advertising Club, the Meritorious Service Award from the International Newspaper Advertising Executives and the Distinguished Service Award from the American Newspaper Publishers Association.
The American Newspaper Publishers Association became interested in kenaf and produced a feasibility study in 1981.
While the American Newspaper Publishers Association has no PAC, many executives at news conglomerates channel contributions through their broadcast divisions or other subsidiaries.
In addition to his work with VSS, he has been a member of the board of directors of the Association of American Publishers and the Magazine Publishers of America, and an affiliate member of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, and has been an active member of the Software and Information Industry Association, and the Association of Business Information and Media Companies (ABM).
Studies conducted by the American Newspaper Publishers Association show that students who used newspapers in the classroom had better achievement scores in social studies, language arts, and mathematics than their counterparts who relied solely on textbooks.
Donald Hensel, head of environmental compliance at the American Newspaper Publishers Association, told attendees at ANPA's 1991 convention, "Government regulators may not be interested in working with the industry to achieve compliance.
Thornton is a member of the American Bar Association and Connecticut Bar Association, The Labor Guild of Boston, and is Vice Chairman of the South Shore Charter School's Board of Trustees, and past Chairman of the American Newspaper Publishers Association Human Resources Committee.