Leah Cimeno, a third grader at the Edgartown School, Charlotte Cramer, a fourth grader at the Oak Bluffs School and Holden Graczykowski, a sixth grader at the Edgartown School, are winners of the Edgartown Board of Trade’s annual Mother’s Day essay contest.

Their essays were chosen from more than 50 entries to the contest, which invited elementary school students to write about what made their mother special, according to Julia Celeste Tarka, vice president of the organization. The essay contest is traditionally part of the group’s Pink & Green weekend, which had to be scaled down this year.

Leah, the winner in the Grade 1-3 age group, wrote about her mother, Laiza Cimeno, who she called “kind and loving.”

Charlotte, the winner in the Grade 4-5 category, wrote about her mother, Guinevere Cramer.

“She is super optimistic and always watches out for me. She is the best mom anyone could ever want,” the essay read in part.

Holden was the winner in the Grade 6-8 age group. His essay honored his mother, Allison Graczykowski.

“My mom loves me so much she would do anything for us kids even if it’s the little things like making us breakfast on the weekends or helping me when I’m stuck on math homework,” he wrote.

The winners and their mothers received an assortment of gifts from Edgartown businesses.