The father and son clubs that meet at Chestnut Hill Center have been meeting regularly since the fall. Recently, the dads and boys (grades 2 to 4) of Frontiers made and flew paper airplanes at the March session. They competed for accuracy and distance upon completing the planes. During this competition, the dads and boys (grades 5 to 7) had a hard fought frisbee game. Jim Stenson gave a talk to the dads, offering suggestions to sharpen some fatherhood skills. Matt Ronayne, a college senior, addressed both boys and dads on ways to grow in fortitude.