Currambine PS dads throw down challenge to other father figures ahead of ‘Fathering Project Games’


Walter Ramage (Loving and Devoted Dads) with Jack Wilson, Ryah Ramage, Hayley and Chloe Williams and Cameron and Grace Sweeney. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475341
Walter Ramage and Ryah Ramage, Brant Bush, Rob Wilson and Jack Wilson, Paul Sweeney and Grace and Cameron, and Rob Williams with Hayley and Chloe Williams. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475341
Currambine PS dads throw down challenge to other father figures ahead of ‘Fathering Project Games’
Walter Ramage (Loving and Devoted Dads) with Jack Wilson, Ryah Ramage, Hayley and Chloe Williams and Cameron and Grace Sweeney. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475341 Walter Ramage and Ryah Ramage, Brant Bush, Rob Wilson and Jack Wilson, Paul Sweeney and Grace and Cameron, and Rob Williams with Hayley and Chloe Williams. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475341

CURRAMBINE Primary School’s LADDs (Loving and Devoted Dads) group has challenged other father figures and children to team up for the ‘Fathering Project Games’ this month.

The group will host the games at the school’s market day on November 12, with challenges to include tunnel ball, tug of war, egg-and-spoon relay and other sports.

The free event from 11am-12.30pm is open to teams of eight that include at least three father figures plus children.

Organisers will put families with at least one father figure who register into teams with other families.

Participants should wear sneakers, bring drinks and apply sun protection.

Email Walter Ramage at ladds.currambine@gmail.com for more or register at www.trybooking.com.

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