As some of you may or may not know, I run a small private non-profit up in Cleone. We are an environmental education school where 6th graders come out to the coast and camp for 5 days and learn about ecology. The kids have some rec. time in the afternoons and I've set up a small disc golf course for them. In the past we've used ultimate discs, but the kids break them. For a few seasons I've been neglecting our supply of discs and reinforcing it with cheap give-away discs. Last season I brought two old putters of mine in and donated them to the course. They have stood up to the abuse and inspired this posting (thank you "dennis/ sequoia/ berkley" and "old-school aviar"). If anyone has old putters for donation, Pacific Environmental Education Center has a collector. Don't worry how bad of shape it is in, we'll take it. Thanks for the time. I will be more interesting next time.