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Thursday, January 28, 2021

Indian Link Mother of the Year Award

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Do you know a super special mum out there in the community who deserves the title?

Mothers are those special people who are always there for you, no matter how many tantrums you have, or if you don’t eat your greens.

That’s why, at Indian Link we would like to invite nominations for our inaugral Indian Link Mother of the Year Award 2013 from the subcontinent community. If your mother, wife, sister, friend, or anyone you know is a very special mum, you may want to nominate her for this award.

 
How to enter?
Tell us in 300 words or less why your nominee should win.
Include photographs of your nominee, and any supporting documents.
Email entry to: win@indianlink.com.au
Get your entry in by 5pm on April 24th, 2013
 
Prize?
The award-winning mother will receive special prizes, including $500 from Indian Link.
The award winner will feature in May-1 edition of Indian Link, as well as on Indian Link radio.
 
Criterial for nominations
The nominee must be currently living in Australia as an Australian Citizen, or Permanent Resident.
The nominee must be of Indian or South-Asian origin.
The nominee must have special qualities that make her stand out from the crowd. Employees, as well as friends and family of employees of Indian Link cannot enter the competition.
 

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