Blair Knull helps daughter Adelle build at the lego station during the Rad Dad Saturday from 10-11:30 a.m. on Nov 30th. The event was put on by the Paintearth Neutral Hills Early Childhood Coalition, and featured different stations such as an obstacle course, lego building, and a variety of crafts. For the adults, a draw for a family pass for skiing and rentals donated by the Valley Skihill was up for grabs as well. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Rad Dad Saturday event was held at Gus Wetter School on Nov. 30th

The event was put on by the Paintearth Neutral Hills Early Childhood Coalition

Town of Castor CAO Christopher Robblee and his children Coraline (left) and Silas (right) check out one of the construction stations at the Rad Dad Saturday at Gus Wetter School on Nov. 30th. Several different stations were set up with a variety of crafts, and there was even an obstacle course. The event was put on by the Paintearth Neutral Hills Early Childhood Coalition.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Blair Knull helps daughter Adelle build at the lego station during the Rad Dad Saturday from 10-11:30 a.m. on Nov 30th. The event was put on by the Paintearth Neutral Hills Early Childhood Coalition, and featured different stations such as an obstacle course, lego building, and a variety of crafts. For the adults, a draw for a family pass for skiing and rentals donated by the Valley Skihill was up for grabs as well.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The event was put on by the Paintearth Neutral Hills Early Childhood Coalition

 

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