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Greencastle-Antrim Middle School students

May 14, 2001

Greencastle-Antrim Middle School students



"Someone that's there when you really need them the most. You can really talk to them. Always there cheering you on, that's motivation. They always show that they care."

- Clint Castellar, 13, an eighth-grader at Greencastle-Antrim Middle School


"I think of a mother who will always be there for you. I always know she'll be there for me when I run. If I have trouble with my homework, she'll be there to tough it out with me."

- Nicole Shank, 14, an eighth-grader at Greencastle-Antrim Middle School


"I always think of a mom as caring. She's always there for you."

- Natasha Cowden, 12, a sixth-grader at Greencastle-Antrim Middle School


"I kind of think of a womanly figure who cares for you and is there to talk to. I kind of picture a picture dictionary - the typical mom doing dishes with an apron on ... even though it's nothing like my own mom.

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- Jen Dahlmann, 13, a seventh-grader at Greencastle-Antrim Middle School


"I think of a helpful person. If you have some trouble at school, like someone's picking on you or something, she would tell me about her being picked on. It made me feel better."

- Kendra Nguyen, 12, a sixth-grader at Greencastle-Antrim Middle School
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