Area writer John K. Flores received three Louisiana Outdoor Writers
Association Excellence in Craft awards during the group’s 70th annual conference in Morgan City last week. Flores won first place for a magazine short feature, second in Magazine Regular feature and second for Color Still Photo. Above, Javis Noel, left, with the National Wild Turkey Federation presents Flores one of his awards. Flores is The Daily Review’s Outdoor Writer. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)
Area writer John K. Flores was honored by the Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association in its Excellence in Craft competition during the group’s 70th annual conference Aug. 7-8 in Morgan City.
Call me weird but when those after-dinner-hour phone solicitors call wanting someone over 18 in the household to participate in a survey, I’m always game.
Raising three boys, I’ve been around a lot of youth-hunters over the years, especially when you also consider nieces, nephews and my buddies’ kids.
John Flores, The Daily Review and Banner-Tribune outdoor writer as well as a magazine freelancer, was honored with seven awards in the 2014 Excellence in Craft competition during the Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association’s 69th annual conference Saturday. In the above photo, from left are Larry Reynolds, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Waterfowl Study leader; Flores; Dave Moreland, retired Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Deer Program manager and biologist; and Kell McInnis III, wildlife and fisheries foundation executive director. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)