Carmel Del Mar Father-Daughter Dance delights

Jeff and Leianna Zimmer

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The Carmel Del Mar Father-Daughter dance on March 11 was the largest to date, with 206 dads and daughters attending at the Del Mar Marriott. Dad Darryl Gordon chaired the event for the fifth year in a row with help from Michael Braunstein, Tom Caballero and Danny Kopp.

The parents and friends of CDM donated the most raffle prizes they have ever had for the dance attendees. Prizes included a Kindle Fire, tickets to Disneyland, iPods, docking bays and gift certificates. Wells Fargo also donated enough money so that each dad could present their daughter with a long-stem red rose. Photos: Jon Clark

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  3. Del Mar Hills Academy holds Daddy-Daughter Dance
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  5. Dads, daughters dance night away for school programs

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