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An award named Mo Gaba was bestowed on the teenager
A 13-year-old boy received an award named in honor of Mo Gabe at the 45th annual Ed Locks Spirit Awards held Saturday night in Baltimore City. The Ed Block Spirit Awards are given to an NFL player whose teammates believe he is a role model of inspiration, sportsmanship and courage.]The Ed Block Spirit Awards Foundation helps thousands of abused, neglected and at-risk children across the country. Last year the event added another special award, the Mo Gaba Power of Positivity and Perseverance Award, named after the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles superfan who lost his life to cancer in 2020 at the age of 14. words how grateful I am and how grateful I am to all the people who love my son and keep his spirit alive”, said Mo’s mom, Sonsy Gaba, who made the event even more special. Mo, who is now the inspiration of the award given to a child at risk, which is part of the National Foundation Strength House Support Network for Kids.” (Mo) embodies these ideals, positivity, encouragement, inspiration that are inspiration. his peers,” said Brett Dickinson, executive director of the Ed Block Spirit Award Association. Aydan, a 13-year-old resident of St. Vincent Village in Baltimore County, won the 2022 Mo Gaba award. His guardian said certain interactions with his peers speak volumes. He said the teenager through He continued to struggle emotionally. “Like the animosity, the adversity, watching the kids go home left and right. (He) really wanted to be released, and watching all his friends pay off, but he continued to have the same. with a positive attitude, (that) in fact he received the example that he received, “said Custos.
A 13-year-old boy named Mo Gaba received an award in honor of the 45th annual Ed Block Spirit Awards held Saturday night in Baltimore City.
The Ed Block Spirit Awards are given to an NFL player whose role teammates believe is a role model of inspiration, sportsmanship and courage.
The Ed Journal Award Foundation He helps thousands of abused, neglected, and dangerous people into the country. Last year the event added another special category, the . Mo Gaba Power of Positivity and Perseverance Awardnamed after the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles superfan who lost his life to cancer in 2020 at the age of 14.
“I can’t put into words how grateful I am and how grateful I am to everyone for loving my son and keeping his spirit alive,” said Mo’s mom, Sonsy Gaba, who made the event even more special.
Hundreds of attendees were treated to a short film about Mo, who is now the inspiration for an at-risk child award that is part of the foundation. Country Power Home Support Network for Kids.
“(Mo) embodies these ideals, the positivity, the enthusiasm, the inspiration that equals inspiration,” said Brett Dickinson, executive director of the Closed Ed Award Society.
Aydan, a 13-year-old resident of St. Vincent Village in Baltimore County, won the 2022 Mo Gaba award. His guard said certain interactions with his peers would speak volumes. He said the teenager remained emotional throughout the struggle.
“Like animosity, adversity, watching kids go home right and left. (He) really wanted to get paid, and all his friends wanted to let him go, but he continued to have the same positive attitude, (which) he really imitates. He received praise,” said the guard.