(WNYT) There aren’t many dull moments around the Capuano house in Castleton, New York these days.
About a year ago, the family adopted five little boys who had been with them as foster children for four years.
Sixteen-year-old Paul, a biological son, came up with the idea of a nine-day, 12-county family bike tour to raise awareness for foster care and adoption. Four boys will be riding with him, another with his sister Priscilla.
It’s a public service project near and dear to his heart.
“I feel like it’s been a lot of learning for me personally,” he says. “It gets crazy sometimes, but it’s a lot of fun. They’re really hilarious.”
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