Some 130 people attended the first All Pro Dad Night at Graves County High School recently. They heard Murray State University basketball coach Steve Prohm and star player Isaiah Canaan speak, watched the movie Courageous, and enjoyed dinners supplied by western Kentucky restaurants. Giveaways included Courageous DVDs, retired National Football League coach Tony Dungy books, and more. The Graves County Family Resource and Youth Services Centers co-sponsored the event with the YMCA and Community Collaboration for Children. Pictured here, from left, are YMCA program director Josh Wessel; emcee Mike Mallory of WPSD/Local6; Mallory’s son, Matt Mallory; coach Prohm; Canaan; and Jennifer Morris, director of the Farmington and Symsonia family resource centers. All Pro Dad is the fatherhood program of Family First, a national, non-profit organization dedicated to fortifying families. All Pro Dad features NFL coaches, players and alumni who speak out about the importance of fatherhood. Through its Play of the Day email, All Pro Dad’s Day school based-breakfast program, and nationwide NFL events, All Pro Dad gives men the tools they need to make a difference in the lives of their children and families. To learn more about All Pro Dad, visit AllProDad.com.
All Pro Dad Night successful in Graves
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