‘Thanks for risking your lives.’ We requested you to attract an image of your COVID-19 hereos. Listed here are the #StarChallenge outcomes


With a good portion of the inhabitants caught inside throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re difficult Star readers each week to strive new issues and exhibit their abilities.

This week, we requested readers to attract an image of their hero and ship it to us together with an evidence of what this individual means to them.

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Because of everybody who participated on this week’s #StarChallenge. Examine again on Monday for the following version.

Listed here are the outcomes:

Star Challenge submission from Sadie, 7, about her heroes being front-line workers.

“To all our front-line heroes thanks for working laborious to maintain us secure.” — Sadie, 7

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Maddie chose to draw a doctor for her #StarChallenge submission.

“I selected docs as a result of they’re spending on daily basis making an attempt to save lots of different individuals’s lives. They’re risking their lives. It’s nice bravery. Thanks for risking your lives to save lots of different individuals.” — Maddie

Jeri, 5, drew a picture of her dad for her #StarChallenge submission. He is her hero because he helps seniors in his work at a retirement home.

“My dad is a hero. He work on daily basis to assist senior individuals.” — Jeri, 5, about her father who works at a retirement residence

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Lauren, 12, drew a picture of her mom who is her hero for her #StarChallenge submission. "She does all she could to protect and keep me clean."

“I selected my mother as a result of throughout this time, she does all she might to guard and maintain me clear. And in her hand is hand sanitizer.” — Lauren, 12

Peter, 10, drew a picture of his mom for his #StarChallenge submission. "I chose my mom because she keeps me clean."

“I selected my mother as a result of she retains me clear.” — Peter, 10

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Xavier submitted a photo of his daycare providers for this week’s #StarChallenge.

“My heroes are my three daycare academics. They educate me to attract, do crafts, sing to us they usually feed me.” — Xavier, four

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Amhara chose to draw a picture of her dad for her #StarChallenge submission. He works for the TTC and he's her hero.

“My daddy is working on daily basis to assist individuals transfer within the metropolis.” — Amhara, about her father who works for TTC

Trishna, 10, submitted her drawing to #StarChallenge. She chose American author R.J. Palacio.

“The person who I selected as my hero is R.J. Palacio. I selected her as a result of each weekday she reads Surprise to 1000’s of individuals around the globe and it makes us joyful throughout these terrible instances. R.J. Palacio additionally mentions Covid-19 in New York and the way the entire nurses and docs and so many others are serving to us and we’re so grateful for them.” — Trishna, 10

And we had a bonus submission from the Toronto Star’s digital desk:

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Jordan Tamblyn, Star digital producer, submitted her drawing of hero Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

That is my hero, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who’s exhibiting some like to the nurses and entrance line employees battling COVID-19. If there was ever an individual who might — and would — punch COVID-19 proper within the face, it might be Dwayne.

Within the immortal phrases of my muse, my purpose physique, the Individuals’s Champ: “Success isn’t in a single day. It’s when on daily basis you get slightly higher than the day earlier than. All of it provides up.”

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Additionally, “Grind laborious, shine laborious!” — Jordan Tamblyn, Star digital producer



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