Daddy and Me Dance set for Thursday night

By NICOLE SMITH, Daily Mountain Eagle
Posted 2/13/18

The 11th annual Daddy and Me Dance will be this Thursday for fathers and daughters to spend a special evening together.

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Daddy and Me Dance set for Thursday night

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The 11th annual Daddy and Me Dance will be this Thursday for fathers and daughters to spend a special evening together.

Sponsored by the Literacy Council of Central Alabama, the dance will be held at the Jasper High School cafeteria off Viking Drive from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Admission is $5 per person ($10 for each father and daughter), and professional photography packages will start at $8.

Proceeds from the dance will benefit the literacy council’s efforts to give away books at community events.

Chandra Rice, the Jasper Area Family Services Center coordinator, said she hopes fathers will take advantage of this opportunity to have quality time with their daughters.

“It’s a great memory for the future. Kids grow up so fast,” Rice said. “It’s also a wonderful opportunity to support the literacy council.”

Dr. John Stallsmith, the music director of Bevill State Community College, will serve as the DJ for the event, and Jasper High School’s culinary instructor, Marulynn Lockett, and her students will bake cookies for everyone to enjoy.

Those who attend the dance may enter the Jasper High cafeteria on the left side of the building.

There will be no mothers allowed inside the venue.

For more information, call (205) 302-0801.