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Old 02-16-2009, 04:18 PM   #19
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people who just throw their garbage under the bleachers and on the ground by where they sat. Even though there are garbage cans everywhere. A lot of traditional powwow grounds are suppose to be sacred, and to just leave your trash laying around is really upsetting, even if it isn't in the actual ring, campsites and everything else.

and people who save spots. They take off, but leave their blankets on the bleachers, or leave their chairs in the ring. If your not there, take your stuff so someone else can sit down and enjoy. I can understand if your just running to a stand to get something to drink and what not, but if your really gonna be gone for a hour or so, just take your stuff and find a different spot later. Same thing with camp sites. People who go rope off, or posts reserved signs. You don't own the grounds. Should be first come first serve, and the only exception I can justify for saving a good spot, is for elders who need to be as close to the powwow as possible, or bathrooms, fire wood piles..and such. Speaking of fire wood, that too. People take and save more wood than they need, or hog it, thinking the wood will run out. Too many times have I seen parents go send all their kids to drag wood from the woodpile to their own pile by their tents, then the wood runs out, and some people don't have any, while someone next to them have huge stockpiles. Wood is for everyone, and should be used as needed, not stockpiled and hogged.
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