Awards about recognition, not exclusion

Dear Editor,

I was saddened to review a minute by Ann Douglas censuring a Western Wheel for a Mar 16 essay celebrating Lisa Willis being awarded Bus Driver of The Year by a Student Transportation Association of Alberta.

We should be happy for someone when they are famous for their efforts. Undoubtedly, there are many other glorious train drivers and their spin will come.

We have approval for teachers of a year and _____ of a year and these are customarily formed on nominations.

Does this meant that everybody else did not do a good job? Of march not.

I demeanour during this as a approval and jubilee of a attention as a whole as good as a individual. Can we not feel happy for another instead of great “no fair”?

There is a reason because a adults get to be a train drivers of a children and not a other approach around.

Please, let’s act like adults afterwards and be happy for Lisa Willis and all others that win awards of recognition.

Rodney Varty


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