Del Mar Hills Academy holds Daddy-Daughter Dance

Tim Randell dips his daughter Giulietta, 8.

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Del Mar Hills Academy held its third annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on May 22 at the Del Mar Marriott. The school’s Dad’s Club puts on this event with support from local businesses, all with a goal of strengthening father-daughter relationships in the community. Photos: Will Parson

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