PathStone's family fun night promotes healthy eating, fitness
ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Rayne, 3, and her father, Adam Middleton of Tamaqua, enjoy an activity as part of the center's family fun day.
Staff, student volunteers and family members with PathStone Child and Family Development Services in Coaldale held their bi-annual family fun Wednesday at the center.
The event involved family members interacting with their children during a number of activities encouraging family engagement through spring activities and healthy living. Some activities included planting seeds, making bird feeders, clothes pin crafts and a presentation and display about healthy and safety.
Students also took part in a military-style exercise session taught by a local veteran. PathStone, which offers both Early Headstart and PreK Counts, is a non-profit organization. Co-coordinators Jeanette Triano-Sinn, center administrator, and Tara Stauffenburg, education coordinator, stated the center's appreciation to all who helped during the event.