A DMK Good Boy Production
Your son Eddie is fourteen and has become very civic minded. He volunteers every Saturday at a local food bank packing and preparing food boxes for delivery to the needy. He has even organized other kids from his church and school to help as well.
( FRONT AND CENTER - GRAY SHIRT, WHITE SHORTS, RED HAIR, HOLDING BOX)
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As Eddie is moving a box, he moves wrong and drops the box. Several of the contents of the box are ruined and broken open. Eddie feels horrible. He knows how hard it is for the food bank to get donations of food and cash. Eddie has money from mowing yards and so he "pays for" the box he broke. He hands the event coordinator fifty dollars and says he needs to replace what he damaged. The coordinator tells him that accidents happen and that his volunteer labor and recruitment efforts are far more valuable to them and no payment is needed. Eddie insists and stuffs the fifty in the coordinator's pocket.
The coordinator happens to be a good friend of yours and comes by the house that afternoon and explains what happened. He gives you the fifty dollars and asks you to return it to Eddie feeling you can help your son realize he was not required to replace the damaged items.
What are you going to do?