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Father's Day fun at St. Petersburg's Lassing Park

Jermaine Brown, 42, gets tugged on while playing with his step son Jaden Hill (left), 3, and his little sister Iman Brown (right), 2, in the shallow water at Lassing Park on Sunday (6/15/14). In center (back to camera) is Jermaine Brown's sister I'Yanna Brown, 6.  Brown was playing in the water with his two sisters, his son and his step son. Brown had about 20 family members at the park for a Father's Day cook out. When asked what his favorite part of the gathering is, Brown said "The kids. With out them we wouldn't be having fun," Brown said. "I love this. This is summer time. Oh yeah!"

DIRK SHADD | Times

Jermaine Brown, 42, gets tugged on while playing with his step son Jaden Hill (left), 3, and his little sister Iman Brown (right), 2, in the shallow water at Lassing Park on Sunday (6/15/14). In center (back to camera) is Jermaine Brown's sister I'Yanna Brown, 6. Brown was playing in the water with his two sisters, his son and his step son. Brown had about 20 family members at the park for a Father's Day cook out. When asked what his favorite part of the gathering is, Brown said "The kids. With out them we wouldn't be having fun," Brown said. "I love this. This is summer time. Oh yeah!"

DIRK SHADD | Times

Jermaine Brown, 42, is tugged on while playing with his stepson, Jaden Hill, 3, and his little sister, Iman Brown, 2, in the water Sunday at Lassing Park in St. Petersburg. In the foreground is another of Jermaine's sisters, I'Yanna Brown, 6. Brown was playing in the water with the trio and his son, Tristyn Brown, 5, not pictured. They were among about 20 family members at the park for a Father's Day cookout. When asked about his favorite part of the gathering, Brown said, "The kids. Without them, we wouldn't be having fun. I love this. This is summertime. Oh yeah!"

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