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  John Petrakis works at Boeing. He’s on third shift — nights — in the Everett plant’s customer engineering department. …
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Lantana Army Lt. Serves as Virtual Volunteer in Daughter’s Classroom

  Lantana Army Lt. Serves as Virtual Volunteer in Daughter’s Classroom, Brian Scott, NBC 5 Denton County Reporter An Army…
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Midway Elementary School – Celebrates having WATCH D.O.G.S. for 5 years

Midway Elementary School in Alpharetta, GA recently celebrated their 5th year of having the WATCH D.O.G.S. program at MES. That’s…
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“Watch D.O.G.S.” – Getting Dads Involved

“Watch D.O.G.S.” – Getting Dads Involved, Marian Kelly, KSN-NBC- Living Well, Joplin, MO Eric Snow explains the program, which is…
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Cape Coral dads make a difference

Father’s Day happens only once a year, but at Cape Coral’s Gulf Elementary School fathers are being celebrated and appreciated…
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Great Dads Great Kids

The fathers and father figures of Bedford Elementary in Bedford,KY are making a huge difference.  To the read the article…
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Cy-Fair dads step up for kids

Ronald Amaya, Carlos Sorto, and Noe Bruno thought they were going to have an easy day at Holbrook Elementary in…
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Making a Difference: National Program WATCH D.O.G.S. comes to a Muskogee Elementary School

Watch the above video to see how the WatchDOG dads in Muskogee, Oklahoma are making a difference in the students’…
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West Ottawa’s Great Lakes Elementary has 68 dads register to become Watch D.O.G.S.

  The fathers and father figures of Great Lakes Elementary in Hollard, MI are making a huge difference.  To the…
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Dads Commit to Keeping Peace by Volunteering at School in Osceola County

Check out this great video on how the WatchDOGS in Osceola County are making a difference!

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