Awarding is not so Awarding Jacob Brooks

Directors of Virginia Camp Woodmen should stop giving participation awards so that campers have the opportunity to compete for an award; therefore, allowing campers to strive at being successful.

COMPETITION BREEDS SUCCESS.

When Children undergo competition it teaches them early in life to make choices to either be successful or not to be.

The choice to be successful will then effect the way the rest of childs life will play out.

When children are not given the choice to compete, but are just given an award they will continually feel entitled and have the wrong outlook at life.

To be successful is a life choice... Will you as a Director of Virginia Camp Woodmen let them make it?

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