Record attendance at LSCEF Daddy-Daughter Dance (Hometown Press article)

posted Apr 9, 2017, 7:13 PM by Shane Ehresman
A Hawaiian luau greeted nearly 100 area girls in grades kindergarten through fifth grade and their dads or male chaperones for Lynnville-Sully Community Education Foundation’s (LSCEF) third annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on Saturday night, Apr. 1, in the L-S Middle School gym. The event was open to all girls in the community. Lynnville-Sully, Sully Christian, and homeschooled girls, dressed in their finest, enjoyed dancing the night away and breaking up the rainy weekend at the tropically-decorated dance party.

Daddy-Daughter Dance Photo Album

As the nearly 200 guests entered the middle school, they found themselves immersed in a Hawaiian-themed luau dance party, complete with inflatable tropical trees, strings of leis, colorful lights, and tiki torches. When all of the dancing worked up an appetite, the Hawaiian theme continued with snacks – sand buckets were full of gummy worms, goldfish, and pub mix, as well as delicious pieces of cake topped with an umbrella. DJ Aaron Vande Krol, Lynnville-Sully junior, kept the music going for the attendees who tore up the dance floor with plenty of dancing, jumping, twirling, and of course, squeals of delight from the young girls enjoying their special night. A photo was taken of each attendee to commemorate the night.

“We love having this special event for girls and their special male chaperone. While it may not be the dads' favorite thing, these girls will always remember this night with excitement. We are encouraged by the great turnout and are so thankful for all those who came,” said Kyra Smith, LSCEF Director.