David Cozart, program director of the Fayette County Fatherhood Initiative, in Lexington's Douglass Park. The park will be the site of the ninth annual Father's Day celebration on Saturday. Cozart said his mission is to help reduce absentee fatherhood.
David Cozart, program director of the Fayette County Fatherhood Initiative, in Lexington's Douglass Park. The park will be the site of the ninth annual Father's Day celebration on Saturday. Cozart said his mission is to help reduce absentee fatherhood. Herald-Leader
David Cozart, program director of the Fayette County Fatherhood Initiative, in Lexington's Douglass Park. The park will be the site of the ninth annual Father's Day celebration on Saturday. Cozart said his mission is to help reduce absentee fatherhood. Herald-Leader

Fatherhood Initiative works to keep dads involved with their families

June 14, 2013 11:53 AM

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