Dads, daughters dance, hula-hoop

Del Mar Hills Academy dads escorted their daughters to a dance on April 26 at the Del Mar Marriott.

This was the first-ever father/daughter dance organized by the Del Mar Hills Dads Club. The club teamed up with the Parent Teacher Association to sponsor the event, with all extra funds going back to the PTA.

The night included dancing, hula-hooping, a three-course dinner, a professional DJ, a small gift for each girl, a silent auction and a raffle.

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