Packer essay contest

•       Essays must be between 2,000 and 10,500 words;
•       Submissions may be in Spanish or English
•       Submissions must have been produced to fulfill an undergraduate course or degree requirement (please specify course, degree, and institution; for thesis chapters, please add a thesis abstract).
•       Any work produced since August 1, 2017 is eligible for the competition.
•       Deadline: July 1, 2018

Early in season 8, it is revealed that Jim will be a father for the second time as Pam is expecting a son (where Pam jokingly calls him "Little Michael Scott"). Pam and Jim were blessed with the off-camera delivery of Philip Halpert around the midseason mark, and Jim brought Philip into the office to try and mend relations with his angry co-workers (he had lied about spending a full week on jury duty, having actually been dismissed on the first morning, and ended up spending the week helping an overwhelmed Pam take care of their two young children). Jim also had to deal with a crush from co-worker Cathy Simms , who unsuccessfully tried to seduce him while they were part of the Sabre Store team in Tallahassee.

Thank you for your prayers and support. For a Packer fan this experience has been like an unbelievable dream. With so many essay enteries, I never even considered that I might be a winner. It is indeed an exciting and humbling feeling to represent our community and all G-Force fans. I can’t explain the feeling of standing on Lambeau field with its immensity and acknowledging over 72,000 green and gold clad fans cheering. I have watched so many men of great character play and coach the Packers. Greatness has been when they do as a team and not as individuals. As fans we are called to the same “greatness” through our warmth, loyalty, and hospitality. Let us not stoop to “boos” for other teams and coaches. We as Packer fans are bigger than that. Sister Sean Marie

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