Published March 2, 2012 in The Tennessean
THOMPSON'S STATION, TENNESSEE—The Spring Hill Kiwanis Club’s annual Butterfly Kisses Father-Daughter dance was held in early March. The dance is for all ages, from preschool to adult.
“At last year’s dance, we had preschool, middle school, high school daughters, along with a senior citizen, who brought his two adult daughters. All who attended thoroughly enjoyed themselves,” said Charlie Plunkett, club president.
Randy Pope of Just Portraits Photography took formal or casual photographs. A disc jockey provided music, including the perennial favorites, the Macarena and the chicken dance.
The cost was $30 per couple or $35 per family (more than one daughter). Light dinner and dessert were served, while “Sunday best” clothing added to the special occasion.
Proceeds from the dance will fund the numerous programs that the Spring Hill Kiwanis Club provides to the children in the community from birth through 18 years, such as The Imagination Library and the annual grant program available to every public school that Spring Hill students attend.
Mar 19 2012, 09:30 AM