Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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May 9, 2014

Teutopolis, Fourth grade, Mrs. Scott

TEUTOPOLIS — Number One Mom

For a fact, the most amazing mom is Stacey Dasenbrock. She is the best mom in the whole entire universe. If you don't think she is, I will prove it.

There are lots of reasons why my Mom is the best. One reason is she bought nineteen lllini tickets for me and some of my friends. When we went, it even was a school night. The tickets were each thirty dollars. Another reason why my Mom is so special is she gave me one hundred dollars to buy an Ipad. I already had two hundred dollars. She knew how much I wanted it and was nice enough to give me one hundred more. My ?nal reason why my Mom is so special is that she lets me play on three different challenging baseball leagues. They are Teutopolis Park District, Effingham Park District, and Teutopolis traveling team. Most kids do not get to play three different challenging leagues. This is why my Mom is so special.

There are millions of reasons why moms are the best, but if you read my three reasons you will know why Stacey Dasenbrock is the best. My mom is the best Mom ever, and that is why she should be selected for Mother of the Year.

Kayden Althoff

The Best Mom Ever

Do you know how nice my mom, Michelle Beckman is? I think she should definitely be Awarded Mother of the year. She is the best Mom a kid could have. My Mom is incredibly nice.

There are many reasons why my mom is so nice. First of all, she is willing to help anyone. One time my neighbor was out of baking flour, she asked my mom if she had any flour. My Mom said yes, and gave her the whole bag of flour. She is also a entrepreneur. My mom has her own business. lt is called Log Cabin Quilting. What she does ls make quilts for people who want to buy a quilt. My mom is also an amazing cook. When she makes pancakes she puts bacon in them. My mom is an amazing person.

Now you know why my Mom is so special. Award my mom for her hard work and dedication.

Please name Michelle Beckman as Mother of the Year.

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