Lincoln-Way Central NHS to host 7th annual Daddy Daughter Dance Monday, January 14, 2013
Student members of the National Honor Society (NHS) from Lincoln-Way Central are hosting the 7th Annual Daddy-Daughter Dance for daughters who are in kindergarten to third grade from the Lincoln-Way area.
"This event is sure to make every daughter's first dance a memorable one," stated Heather Mackowiak, Central biology/forensic science teacher and NHS sponsor.
The event will be held Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Lincoln-Way Central Field House, 1801 East Lincoln Highway, New Lenox.
"The Daddy Daughter Dance is a great way to promote relationships between daddies and their little girls," noted Mackowiak.
It is a semi-formal event; where the girls wear dresses and the dads usually wear shirts and ties and/or a suit. There are a series of activities for the girls to participate in including games, crafts, refreshments and plenty of dancing, added Mackowiak.
"The event is a fundraiser for the Lincoln-Way Central NHS. The cost for the event is $25 for the dad and one daughter; additional daughters are $5 each," noted Mike DyBala, NHS president.
T-shirts will also be available to commemorate the occasion at $10 a piece, as an optional donation. The money raised from the event is for the National Honor Society's scholarship fund.
The reservation deadline is Friday, February 1, 2013. No tickets will be sent. Tickets are limited to the first 700 guests. If the event is sold out, NHS representatives will contact the people before the event.