RE: "Two schools and a church win My Community Project funding", September 9.
These are all great causes, but the fact that each has to 'beg' the community to vote for them to gain the dollars is something that doesn't sit well with me.
It makes each project compete against each other regardless of their worthiness, and the 'award' goes to the one with the biggest local following or the best social presence.
I'm guessing small towns, schools and populations didn't do so well.
Hans Stroeve, Kelso
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