Youth sports programs in Ohio for boys and girls was just given the go-ahead to move forward in the past week, will look a lot different this summer than they have in the past. Requirements that players wear masks and observe social distancing when possible requirements limiting fan attendance and other guidelines that must be complied with may convince some parents to keep their kids out of the programs and will make participating in them for the kids more uncomfortable to be sure, but it’s important to suggest that any unhappiness you feel shouldn’t be directed at the volunteers who are giving up their time to help to make the programs possible. Like so many other things effecting our lives this spring, they are edicts from state officials and regulators who want to try to prevent the spread of the Corona Virus. The local volunteers had no say in their preparation. They just have to comply with them if they want to give your kids a chance to enjoy summer sports. If you’re not happy with what’s being required you need to let the people responsible for the guidelines know about it, not your neighbors who will spend their time coaching our kids and grand kids this summer. That’s the way I see it.