Dad’s play an important part in our communities from working around the house and reading the kids favorite books, to volunteering and setting a positive example.
This Father’s Day might look a little different from year’s past, but just because you’re home doesn’t mean you can’t share a special ‘thank you’ with Pop. Check out this list of easy, homemade Father’s Day gifts your family can make right at the kitchen table.
A tie like no other. Use finger paint, stickers, crayons and markers to make a special tie for Dad (and a matching one for you)!
Is dad a big baseball fan? Is football on every weekend? Maybe hockey is more his speed? Any way, make a homemade picture frame decorated like a collector’s card of his favorite sport!
Dad jokes: we all know them. We all love them. Share a groan-worthy pun with your dad with this ‘cool’ card.
Help dad hit the links every time he’s at his desk. This neat pen holder will remind him he’s the #1 Dad on the course.
Get your hands dirty with this one of a kind project for the whole family. Make your mark on Dad’s wardrobe with his favorite t-shirt, ‘hands down!’
Download this blank craft book and fill it with all your favorite things about Dad.
Father’s Day Picnic
Leave the fancy dining for another day, and instead enjoy a casual picnic on Father’s Day. Pack a picnic kit with all the essentials… plus a few embellishments you and the kids create. Head out to the park or backyard for a fun and stress-free meal.
BONUS: Plan for the Future
Show Dad you’re planning for the future by opening a Penn Community Bank savings account. Whether saving for the long term or the short term, we make it simple to save, and your money is available whenever you need it. Learn more and apply at https://www.penncommunitybank.com/personal/savings/