Torrey Hills Father-Daughter Dance

Michael and Natasha Cizauskas

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On March 4, fathers suited up in their coats and ties and their daughters put on their prettiest dresses for the second annual Torrey Hills Father-Daughter Dance at the Del Mar Marriott. All revenue from the self-funded dance goes to the Torrey Hills PTA. Photos: Jon Clark

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