Dads' Bucket List challenge set for Saturday in Du...
by Christine Fonville
09:34 AM, Tuesday, October 21
This Saturday, Dunwoody dads and their children can participate in a challenging event while raising money for a local nonprofit. Dads’ Bucket List, a nonprofit that aims to encourage fathers to spend more time with their children, will host the c...

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