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|RHTYSC cricket teams and DTV-8 honour outstanding mothers|
|Monday, 14 May 2012 22:05|
THREE outstanding mothers were honoured on Mother’s Day when the cricket teams of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) and DTV-8 hosted their 5th Annual Region 6 Mother-of-the-Year award programme.
Haimkumarie Basdeo of Canje was named the RHTYSC/DTV-8 Region 6 Mother-of-the-Year while Beverley King of Alness Village and Jenny Ramoutar of No. 2 Village were named runners-up.
The event was organised by the Rose Hall Town Farfan and Mendes Under-15, Bakewell Under-17, Gizmos and Gadgets Under-21, Pepsi Under-19 and Metro Female Cricket teams in conjunction with DTV-8 of New Amsterdam.
RHTYSC’s Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster at the presentation ceremony stated that the main aim of the mothers’ programme was to identify and honour outstanding role-model parents who played major roles in the development of their children.
He expressed concern about the lack of family values and respect for authority among the young generation and urge the awardees to share their parenting skills with their peers.
According to Foster, the RHTYSC is blessed with disciplined and committed members because of their family background and would continue to invest in family-related programme.
Basdeo praised the different cricket teams of the Club and DTV-8 for making her feel special, adding that motherhood is a God-given privilege. And discipline, patience and understanding were the virtues needed to be a good parent.
All three mothers were presented with a Mother-of-the-Year Certificate and a collection of prizes.
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