Dads, daughters dance night away for school programs

The Del Mar Hills Academy held its second annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on April 25 at the Del Mar Marriott ballroom. The Dad’s Club puts on the event with support from businesses in Del Mar and Carmel Valley with the goal of strengthening father-daughter relationships.

Guests were treated to a three-course meal and an evening of dancing, games and prizes. There was a raffle to raise money for the Extended Studies Curriculum Program. Sponsors included En Fuego, Alborz, Americana, Sbicca, Pacifica, Poseidon, UltraStar Theaters, Del Mar Swirls, Jamba Juice, Golden Spoon, Tobi Blatt, Iron Fist Clothing, Planet Beauty, Ceramic Cafe and Papyrus.

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