RHTY&SC cricket teams and DTV-8 honour outstanding mothers

Three outstanding mothers were honoured on Saturday last as Mothers of the Year 2016 when the cricket teams of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTY&SC) M.S and Dave Television station hosted their annual Tribute to Region Six Mothers Programme.
The three mothers honoured were Kavita Ramnarain of Courtland Village, Dhanwatie Utan of Edinburgh, East Bank Berbice, and Malinda Forde of Essex Street, New Amsterdam.
They were chosen by a panel of judges after children from across Region Six had submitted essays on the topic “Why my mother is the best role model to me.”
Each of the awardees received a trophy, Medal of Excellence and a collection of special gifts.
Secretary/CEO of the RHTYSC, M.S, Hilbert Foster congratulated the three mothers on being a good parent and role model to their children.
The long-standing Secretary/CEO urged the awardees to uphold their high standard of parenting and also share their vast experience to other parents in Berbice.
Foster noted that a good parent needs to have the virtues of discipline, patience, understanding and faith in god and noted that the RHTY&SC, M.S, is successful because of the role, parents play in the lives of its membership.
Nothing that Guyana is facing a major breakdown of moral behaviour and a rise of crime, drug abuse and suicide, the experienced youth administration urged parents to be the best role models to their children and to teach them the correct way of life where honest y is the Keyword.
CEO of DTV-8, Anita Rambarran, hailed the outstanding relationship, the RHTY&SC, M.S, and her company has and noted that the Tribute to Mothers Programme started in 2008.
She congratulated the mothers and stated that the programme would be expanded for its 10th edition in 2017. The three mothers extended gratitude to the cricket teams of the club and DTV-8 for honouring them and making Mother’s Day 2016 a memorable one.