CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (WDRB) — Households grabbed their fishing poles and headed out to Kopp’s Lakes in Clarksville on Saturday to assist increase consciousness for these with disabilities.
It was all for the DADS Fishing Derby. DADS stands for Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome.
Households had fishing competitions to see who might catch the most important or probably the most fish.
There have been additionally loads of video games and actions to participate in.
The Clarksville Hearth and Police Departments, together with the DNR, have been additionally at Kopp’s Lakes to speak with households and assist with the enjoyable.
“Simply sort of letting the youngsters hang around with these officers through the daytime, and in addition to unfold the phrase [that] people with disabilities are extra alike than totally different. That is our fundamental focus in the present day, to get the households collectively and siblings collectively to have a great time and work together,” organizer Bart Adkins stated.
Trophies, goody luggage and t-shirts have been additionally handed out.
This was the ninth yr for the occasion.
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