A less than sincere thank you letter
To the editor:
We would like to take a moment to thank the Basehor Athletic Association for all it has done for us.
First and utmost, we would like to thank them for giving us the opportunity to work with the children in our community. It was truly a rewarding experience.
We would also like to the association for returning to us, our families and the seasons of spring and summer.
We want to thank them for removing us from an environment, where having to enforce their rules and regulations, we made enemies of friends and of others whom we did not know. Perhaps now we can make amends with these people.
We want to thank the association for releasing us from the obligation of having to explain to parents, coaches and others why the association will no longer supply the necessary equipment for children to play baseball and softball, even though the association's by-laws state that they will supply it.
But, most of all, we would like to thank the Basehor Athletic Association for showing us what the real meaning of honesty, loyalty and trust is. Obviously, Mr. Webster has it wrong.
Working and volunteering for the athletic association has truly been a learning experience. For this we thank you.
Carol Floyd, Linwood
Pam Kirkpatrick, Bonner Springs