Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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May 9, 2014

Teutopolis, Fourth grade, Mrs. Mette

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TEUTOPOLIS —

Joey Ruholl

My mother, Mary Sandschafer, should win the Mother of the Year award. She is really important to me.

My mother should win this award because she is the most enjoyable mother in the world. First, she is always making people laugh. Another reason she is enjoyable is because she is always telling really exciting jokes. She also entertains people because she sometimes makes herself laugh. Don’t you think Mary Sandschafer should win the award?

Another reason my mother should win this award is because she is a helpful person. For example, she helps around the house a whole bunch. She also helps out our neighbors and friends. She helps our friends and neighbors by helping mow and rake their grass. Finally, she really likes to help out our family members by coming over to their house if they are sick. My mother is the best mother I could ever have!

Can you please give my mother a fighting chance for Mother’s Day? Bring my mother to the top for Mothers Day!

Hunter Sandschafer

My mom, Heather Schober, should be Mother of the Year. That’s because she is helpful and caring.

First of all, my mom is helpful. She helps with homework, and if I get a question wrong she hugs me and says, “Its okay.” She also makes sure ever problem is right.

In addition, my mom is also caring. She tells me to eat healthy and exercise daily. When I don’t, she just says, “Its okay, you can do it tomorrow.” She also tells me to make sure I make healthy choices when I take a snack or for lunch.

Make my mom Mother of the Year. She would be the perfect example.

Allyson Schober

My mom, Kathy Tensen, is the best mom ever and is the future winner of Mother of the Year. She is loving and helping, as well as encouraging.

The first reason why my mom should be Mother of the Year is because she is loving and helping. When my brother or I don’t understand something or do it wrong, she loves us for trying and will help us do better. My mom also makes me feel better and when she does that. I know she tries her hardest to care for me.

Another reason why Kathy Tensen should win is because she’s encouraging When I do sports she always helps me and says, “You can do it!” My mom also does everything she can for me from getting me sports supplies, to getting me school supplies.

My mom, Kathy Tensen, should be Mother of the Year for many reasons and more. Make my mom Mother of the Year, and that won’t be a mistake!

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