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Annual event honors mothers, grandmothers, other special women in children’s lives

 

 

 

 

The annual “Muffins For Moms” event was held before the start of school at Mountain Lake Public Elementary School (MLES) on Friday morning, May 12 – just a couple days from Mother’s Day. (During February, a “Donuts For Dads” salute is held on the Friday closest to Valentine’s Day.)

The breakfast celebration, held in the public school’s cafeteria, honors the mothers, grandmothers and other special adult women who have a positive influence in children’s lives – especially the students in grades preschool-through-six of MLES.

Hosting the muffins moment were Tammy Wolle, Food Service Director for Taher, Inc., along with Amy Hartzler, school social worker.

Below are a few photos from the “Muffins for Moms”:

 

GOOD TURNOUT FOR the annual “Muffins For Moms” event, held in the public school’s cafeteria, honoring the mothers, grandmothers and other special adult women who have a positive influence in children’s lives – especially the students in grades preschool-through-six of MLES.

 

THREE TYPES OF muffins, along with juice and coffee were on the special breakfast menu. At left, Karyn Wassman and her two elementary-age children, Kathryn and Kody, eye the spread and at right, Kristin Pfeiffer with two of her three MLES students, Heidi and Miles, make their selections.

 

JOINING IN ON the salute to the special person they call “mom,” are Bouason Srixomphou’s (at left) three children (at right), from left, Fuon Srixomphou, Naly Sayavong and Kaiya Sayavong.

 

ENJOYING SOME MORNING moments with mom are, from left, Courtney Nelson and her two children, Alalyna Nelson and Ian Nelson.

 

HOSTING THE MUFFINS moment was Tammy Wolle, Food Service Director for Taher, Inc., serving up the highly-rated fave – double chocolate muffins.

 

ALSO ON HAND to welcome moms and their children was Amy Hartzler, school social worker. left. Above, Hartzler serves up a hot coffee to Christina Hanson, right.
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