Mayor Fellows will be in trouble at tonight’s Council meeting, when city’s at least five young students will challenge him with their ideas to make our city even a better place to live.
Every year, the Maryland Municipal League (MML) sponsors a contest for 4th grade students around the State, where students are asked to write an essay about what they would do if they were the mayors of their towns.
This year, students are asked to include ideas for reaching out to all community member. You can find more about the contest here at the MML’s website.
Each school selects a winner of the essays submitted, and the winner goes on to a regional contest and then a State-wide contest.
At tonight’s meeting, the winners from Berwyn Christian School, Al-Huda, Hollywood Elementary School, Paint Branch Elementary School, and Holy Redeemer will read their essays.
Congratulations to all the winners!