Letter to the editor

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By The Staff

To the editor:

You may not have heard, but someone died at the Williston Youth Athletic Association this past week. 

Someone had been responsible for cleaning the restrooms, cleaning the fields, making sure the trash cans were moved to the parking area for weekly pickup. 

Someone also was responsible for lining fields for the sporting events, operating concessions, making sure repairs were done to bleachers, buildings, lights, and all other things that were broken. 

When Someone wasn’t busy at the field, they were busy handling miscellaneous chores associated with the operation of the field.  Someone had to take time out of their personal schedule to meet with vendors for deliveries, meet repair companies to attend to matters that Someone couldn’t handle on their own. 

One of the most thankless jobs that Someone did was handle the complaints from Everyone. 

As you can see, there are big shoes that were vacated by the passing of Someone.  While it is impossible for Nobody to fill Someone’s position,  Anybody or You could.  If you know Anybody, or You would be interested in seeing the WYAA continue to grow and be a successful venue for our local youth to learn and enjoy sports, please feel free to call me and I will be happy to discuss our needs with you.

So, after reading this, if you understand the message, but believe I am talking to Someone Else, remember, Someone died last week, and Someone Else is going to be busy with funeral arrangements.  We could use Anybody, but we really need You.

Please call 528-0580 to help.

Jeff Holcomb

WYAA President