A Tribune to West Park Fathers!

The month of June is a time to recognize “Dad.” Fathers are the biggest source of strength for a child. The innocent eyes of a child perceive father as the protective, all-powerful, all-knowing and most important person in the family. For daughters, fathers are the first men they adore and fall in love with. For sons, fathers are the strongest men they know and someone they aspire to emulate. Even for adults fathers are still someone to look up to for the experienced and honest advice that is always in our best interest. For this great figure in our life that we know as father – it becomes our utmost duty to pay a warm tribute on the occasion of Father’s Day.

Children blessed with a loving father should consider themselves fortunate for they have someone to take care of their needs and interests – someone to stop them when they are diverting on a wrong path and guide them on the road to success and virtue. For many of us fathers have always been there to solve our in numerous mathematics and science problems and explain the same formula hundredth time or better still until it is understood by us. Fathers rarely give a small hint to let us know how hard they work to take care of our needs and fulfill even our most whimsical demands…For all their adorable scolding and affectionate punishments, we all owe a big thanks to our Dads.Father’s Day is about showing gratitude for the fathers and father figures that have influenced us throughout our lives. The idea is to show our affection and tell Daddy how much he is loved and appreciated, not just on Father’s Day but every single day of our lives.

To all West Park fathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers and friends, I wish you Happy Father’s Day!

Remember to contact me at City Hall with your ideas, suggestions or concerns. I represent you and appreciate your input into the continued success of our beloved city. I can be reached at (954) 889-4164 or email fbrunson@cityofwestpark.org.

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