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2014 L.O.W.A. Youth Journalism Competition Underway


 The Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association’s 2014 Youth Journalism Contest is underway and young writers and photographers have until 5 p.m., July 22 to submit entries.

There are two writing divisions: Junior Essay is open to boys and girls ages 7-13; Senior Essay is for writers ages 14-18.
Essays must be an original, unpublished account of a personal experience while hunting, fishing, boating, camping, hiking or other related outdoor activity. Essays must be 300-1,000 words long, and must be typed, preferably with double-spaced lines.
The Photography Division includes boys and girls ages 7-18. Photos must be an original, unpublished black-and-white or color photo. Submitted photos must be sized 4x6 inches, 5x7 inches or 8x10 inches, and must be center-mounted on 8x10-inch card stock.
Each entry must have name, age, school, home address and home telephone number attached at the top of the essay or photo. If possible, please furnish an email address.
The top three and honorable mentions in each category receive cash prizes. The contest is sponsored by the Louisiana Chapter of Safari Club International with support from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Send all contest entries to:
Joe Macaluso
Advocate Outdoors
P.O. Box 588
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
Winners will be honored at the LOWA’s annual convention banquet in Houma on Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014. For information, email: outdoors@theadvocate.com.

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