Seniors Organize The Daddy-Daughter Dance

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Lilly Ojeda

Jolee Langill paints a rainbow on the girl’s hand.

The senior class has been in need of money for grad night, so on Saturday, March 12, a group of students and teachers organized the Daddy-Daughter Dance in the MP for the elementary school.

The dance featured a cupcake walk, face painting, music, candy, snacks, and games for everyone to enjoy. There were about 130 kids that came, which made it the biggest turnout VCS has had for a Daddy-Daughter Dance so far.

“I enjoyed making lasting memories with my daughter. It was a lot of fun and a good time,” Mr. Todd Kosiewicz said.

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“I liked that we brought joy to the hearts of the little children.””

— Elaina Craig

Mr. Eric Edgar enjoyed seeing his daughter dressed up and having a special night with her. His daughter loved dancing with her dad to all the special songs.

The senior class was able to raise about $2500  from this special night for all the daughters, dads, and even one mom.