Mother’s Day Competition Winners

Thank you very much to everyone who entered our Mother’s Day Competition.

Diversity & Challenge

Our intention for the competition was to recognise the good work mothers and grandmothers do to raise children.  However, it became so much more.  We were moved by many of the entries we received. It has certainly given us greater insight into the diversity of families in the school community and the challenges they face.

“I have two children… one is on the Autism Spectrum. Life is hard trying to get both dressed in the morning and get lunches sorted out also. Ordering lunch would be a great for everyone.” Mum.

“She is the kindest mum in the world and she just went through chemotherapy for her breast cancer that she had! She is just starting back at work which has been extremely stressful for her life!” Student.

“My sister & I live with Nan. She’s looked after us since I was 18 months old & my sister was a new born baby. There’s only Nan & us. Nan works full time & we think she deserves a break.” Student.

“I would like for my Nana to have a day off as her and Pa have been looking after me since my Mummy and Daddy were killed in a car accident.  I love Nana so much.” Student.

It made us reflect on the saying “it takes a village to raise a child”.  Rory’s School Lunches is proud to be a member of that village, even if we only play a small part in providing nutritious meals to feed children to give a mum or grandmother a day off.

Students Express Their Gratitude

We were also impressed by the students who expressed their gratitude to their mums and grandmothers for their hard work and sacrifices.

“This mum deserves a day off because she’s been a wonderful friend, cook, woman all 365 days a year. And for Mothers Day she needs a break she truly deserves, to let Rory’s healthy lunch take over.”  Student.

“Everything she does is for her children and her day starts at 5:00 and doesn’t finish until 10pm every night. Cooks and cleans endlessly for a house of 6. Would love a day off for a sleep and relax.” Student.

“My mum does everything for me without complaint. She is always there when I need her. She makes me laugh when I am sad and she gives me the best hugs.” Student

“My mum gets up every day of the year and makes me, my brother and sister every meal we eat. Breakfast, lunches, dinners, home made snacks and even sweets. Sometimes she doesn’t even eat herself.” Student

 

Competition Winners

There were so many worthy competition entries and we would love to give a voucher to everyone who entered.

Congratulations to the following people who are the 2017 Rory’s School Lunches Mother’s Day Competition winners.  Each of these mums and grandmothers received a lunch voucher from Rory’s School Lunches.

Name

School Name

Natalie Stevenson King’s Baptist Grammar School
Ama Abeywickrama Magill Primary School
Stina Hammer Magill Primary School
Chui Ling Lo Magill Primary School
Laxmi Shrestha Magill Primary School
Charisse Yang Magill Primary School
Melissa Dow Pedare Christian College
Carrie-Anne Graham Pedare Christian College
Janice Howland Pedare Christian College
Kerry Kendrick Pedare Christian College
Nicole O’Farrell Pedare Christian College
Jenny Thomas Pedare Christian College
Kia Ennett Playford Primary School
Caroline Crush Seaford Secondary College
Toni Worden Seaford Secondary College
Cindy Kromwyk St Francis Xavier Primary School
Kylie Buttery Thomas More College
Renae Porcelli Catherine McAuley School
Tania Bailey Gleeson College
Linh Reuter Heathfield High School
Jodie Averay Keithcot Farm Primary School
Katie Bramley Keithcot Farm Primary School
Lisa Thomas Keithcot Farm Primary School
Jenny Cameron King’s Baptist Grammar School
Rochelle Kitchin King’s Baptist Grammar School
Connie Broome Magill Primary School
Janine Joy Magill Primary School
Helen Madden Pedare Christian College
Christine Need Pedare Christian College
Grace Pascal Pedare Christian College
Georgia Lefty Pulteney Grammar School
Amanda Cock Seaford Secondary College
Marie James Seaford Secondary College
Donna Whitehead Seaford Secondary College
Michelle Slatter St David’s Parish School
Joy Etienne Thomas More College
Teresa Martin Charles Campbell College
Alicia Harding Gleeson College
Suzana Varga Gleeson College
Joedy Willcocks Heathfield High School
Sara Yaghoubian Magill Primary School
Kerryn Ciracovitch Pedare Christian College
Nicola Fotheringham Pedare Christian College
Heather Hills Pedare Christian College
Shannon Murdey-Green Pedare Christian College
Renee Sweeney Pedare Christian College
Debra Bruce Pulteney Grammar School
Han Zhang Pulteney Grammar School
Lee-Anne Zardo Thomas More College
Amy Campbell Charles Campbell College

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