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Electric City Water Park Lets Dads in Free

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Food, sun and family, what a gorgeous day outside and I can't think of a better way to spend Fathers Day than at the water park.

"We have our Fathers Day special going on, any family that comes in with their dad the dad gets in free as long as they got the kids with them. It's the same packages for everybody else, everybody's here having a we have the River here 97.9 and everyone's here having a good time," says Head Life Guard Meghan O'Dell. Today at the Electric City Water Park dad's special day comes with some special fathers day offers.

"It's just the fathers getting in free its what our main special is today everyone who comes in participates in the 97.9 stuff is going to end up getting prizes awards we have stuff going on with our concessions and the more people that come the more people find out," says O'Dell. Great Falls residence are out enjoying both the sunshine and spend some quality time with dad. "Considering that it is fathers day, yeah definitely I can't wait for him to be here he just took my little brother to the baseball field to hit some balls," explained Chase Thomas. "Ah it's great, its great to be able to spend time with my children and be able to get in for free that is a perk," added local father Travis Tigart. Great Falls only water park is happy to help local families make this years Fathers Day one to remember. "So far obviously it's a Sunday so it is a little slower in the morning but so far we have a great group of people everyone is already starting to have a good time, dads are here having a good time with their kids," said O'Dell.

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