Here in Franklin the Milwaukee Milkmen are in the midst of an exciting season, trying to secure a playoff spot.
Milkmen home games are a fantastic experience and a total bargain in today’s world of sports.
Some of the dedicated Milkmen workers are teenagers and good for them! They have no idea how valuable they are to themselves, the Milkmen, America.
Today’s read is from columnist Tom Purcell. Here’s an excerpt:
Work is good for teens. It exposes them to how industry works. It teaches them the value of a dollar. It gives them the dignity of exchanging their labor for money that they can use to support their education or maybe buy their first junker car.
But most of all, teens who don’t work are missing out on some incredible growth experiences.
Read the entire column here.