A couple days past, I took my son to the activity center. A coach was finishing up drills, and gave a lecture to his students regarding the activity center.
'Now, I've heard a lot of you complaining about how disorganized the storage room is, and how messy some of the tables get left. And I've heard you saying 'well, somebody should do something'. Well, guess what, sunshine, each and every one of you is a somebody! I don't want to hear anymore of these complaints. I've seen you running drills so I know your hands and legs work. Next time you walk by litter, pick it up and put it in the trash. Next time you see the balls spread out where folks can drip over them, put them back in the bin. And don't stop just because you've left the center either. You see pop bottles left on the sidewalk, you toss them. You see a kid getting bullied, you intervene and you report it. You are somebody. Do something. I see any of you leaving a mess behind, you are benched. I don't care how many points you scored last game'.
I think I like the local sports culture.