Glitter, flowers, dresses, ties and excitement filled the air last week with a record turnout at the annual Girls Inc. Father Daughter Dance.
At a day just for them, Jackson County girls led their fathers, grandfathers and uncles around to games, refreshments, a photo station and, of course, the dance floor at the event that sold 270 tickets.
Girls Inc. of Jackson County program manager Kelly Royer said this year’s turnout not only eclipsed last year’s turnout of 198 tickets but set a record for the event, now running for about 30 years.
As each ticket admitted a pair, Royer and volunteers were sent scrambling for more tables and more nachos.
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