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  • The 2017 Winning Entry

    The Father of the Year should be ••••• Information: name: Khlowie Visconti School: Mary R. Tisko

    Grade: 4th

    I think my father Vincent Visconti also known as Vinny should be father of the year because he is a loving, caring, hard working!/ respectful, and kind father.

    My father is caring because he sacrifices his own needs, to make sure that his family is well taken care of before himself. For example: every night my father waits until it is very late to start his own studies. Before this time, he makes

    sure that he reads a chapter or two with my sister and me of the Nancy Clancy books by Jane O’Connor and other interesting library books.

    My father is a loving man because his hugs are strong like a bear’s hugs and soft like a fluffy pillow. He cuddles with me at night and makes me feel happy as well as safe.

    Vinny my dad is a great a cook. He is like Chef Remi from the movie Ratatouille. His meals are creative and yummy. Plus he likes to teach his girls how to cook. That is definitely something we should know for when we get older.

    My father is kind and respectful because he opens the door like a gentleman should. He buys

    flowers for our special daddy daughter dates. He sure does know how to make a girl smile! Dad taught us girls that no matter how someone treats you, you should still treat everyone with respect and be kind. That is what the world needs, a lot of kindness and respect.

    Vinny is a hard worker. He passed his exams and is now a Master Technician in the field of Automotive. He is a resourceful person especially when building pine derby race cars and fairy houses. There is never a day he is late for work or dinner. I can always count on my dad to be there when I need him. I love him to the moon and back even with grease in his hair. He is the kind of father anyone would be lucky to have.