Del Mar Hills hosts ‘Date and Daughter Dance’

Del Mar Hills Academy’s “Date and Daughter Dance

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Del Mar Hills Academy’s “Date and Daughter Dance” was held May 5 at the Del Mar Marriott. Del Mar Hills girls were invited to bring a “date” (dad, mom, grandma, uncle) to the event.  The evening included dancing, dinner, a raffle and more.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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