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Pick A Day To Donate EMS Cheer Fundraiser ( Momimhar posted on April 25th, 2024 )

Greetings, friends! I hope this message finds you well.

I am reaching out to your kind hearts to support my darling daughter’s middle school cheer fundraising campaign. It is called Pick A Day To Donate. Attached is the calendar to the said fundraiser.

How does it work? You will pick a date/day of your choice to donate. Example: If you picked Day 7, you’ll donate $7. If you picked Days 7 and 8, you’ll donate $15 (7+8), and so on. Of course, any amount is highly appreciated.

You may send your donation via PayPal at mgmarly at gmail dot com . With your generosity, we are hoping to fully mark the calendar before the deadline, May 20, 2024.

My daughter Kay is excited to be a part of the middle school cheer squad this coming school year. Funds raised from this campaign will help with the competition costs, practice mats, cold weather gear, and the likes.

We appreciate your valued support and thank you so much for your time.

Sincerely,

Marly Sefcik

Track and Field Long Distance Run Athlete ( Momimhar posted on March 23rd, 2024 )

Long Distance Run 2400

As we entered the Spring semester of school, my darling daughter had became a bit busy. It’s because the sport she wanted to join in was starting. It’s track season and track meets are already on schedule.

Few days ago, the second Track Meet was held at a nearby school. My darling daughter was picked to compete in the 2400 long distance run. It was her very first run, I would say. She was very nervous and excited at the same time. Me on the sidelines was feeling nervous as well. I thought she will stop running halfway but she completed the run. I’m so proud of my baby girl! She’s growing into an amazing young athlete.

Next week, she will be competing in the 800 meters at the third Track Meet. She’s looking forward to it.

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Categories: active kids, competition, milestone, sports, track and field, track meet, training

We Have A Middle School Cheerleader ( Momimhar posted on February 29th, 2024 )

It is tryouts season. Today is the Middle School Cheer Tryouts in our school district. And this afternoon, as soon as the school dismissed, my darling daughter and I got really busy getting ready for the tryouts.

The night before, I asked my daughter about the routine that her group’s going to do. She told me they have learned the stunt thoroughly from the cheer clinic days prior. She’s in the backspot position just like what she’s always been in All Star cheer. What concerned her was, how to present an individual spirit cheer prior to the group stunt. They were told about it but she wasn’t sure what to do. So I asked her if she would like to do her jumps. She agreed and practiced a few times the night before.

Back to the cheer tryouts night, I picked her up from school and we drove to the athletic facility where the tryouts were held. My daughter already brought her tryouts clothes to school with her this morning, so I brought the hair sprays and stuff. The cheer parents were parked there waiting until the whole thing was done. After three hours, the girls came out of the athletic facility. One of the cheer moms had the sandwiches, chips, and drinks in her car. When the girls came out of the building, they ate while waiting for the result.

When a parent and her excited daughter walked toward the athletics building, I knew the result was out. It didn’t take long. I was wondering if my daughter made it. I was looking towards the car where she was, eating with her friends, thinking if she will come out walking towards where I was. That would be my hint that she didn’t make it. But, to my surprise, she jumped out from the back of her friend’s SUV following her her friends towards the building. Unfortunately, my cellphone didn’t have a signal in that area that night so I couldn’t access the school’s page for the result. I got out of the car hoping to find a fellow mom to ask about it. Then someone asked me if I knew my daughter’s sticker number. I said I didn’t notice it. She gave sent me a screenshot of the result and all I saw was numbers. I was very anxious. But I already have a little hope in my heart that my darling daughter made it to the cheer team.

As the group of us moms walked inside the gym, I was stretching my neck and looked around eager to find my daughter in the crowd. To my surprise, I saw her with a friend waving a paper. I hurriedly took a closer look and my daughter smilingly said to me, “I made it, mom!”. She happily handed me the certificate. I was so ecstatic! So proud of darling K and the rest of the girls. They worked hard for this and it turned out to be successful.

Today’s the day! And yes, we officially have a middle school cheerleader. It is going to be fun! 😀

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