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Fathers and daughters dance the night away



Published: Sat, March 6, 2010 @ 12:00 a.m.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Girls from Dobbins Elementary School dress up in 1950s costumes for a Father Daughter Sock Hop Feb. 18. From left (above), Eve Cardello, Allyson Nittoli, Cailor Sundstrom, Gianna Stanich, Chloe Kosco and Mia Marantis. Below, Mackenzie Goodin and Isabella Stanich.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Bill Galla and his daughters Elizabeth (left) and Lilly twist and shout at Dobbins Elementary School's Father Daughter Sock Hop, hosted by the Dobbins' PTO in the school's cafetorium Feb. 18.

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Neighbors | Submitted .First-grade student Grace Economus and her father Chris get ready to take a spin on the dance floor at Dobbins Elementary School's Father Daughter Sock Hop Feb. 18.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Rich Murray and his daughter, second-grade student Rachel Murray, take a break from dancing to share a bite to eat at Dobbins Elementary's Father Daughter Sock Hop Feb. 18. The Dobbins PTO served ice cream floats, hot dogs and other 1950s-style refreshments.

The girls of Dobbins Elementary School, clad in 1950s attire, brought their dads out for a “Night at the Hop” Feb. 18.

The annual father-daughter event, sponsored by the Dobbins’ Parent Teacher Organization, featured dancing and musical entertainment by local DJ “The Music Man.”

The cafeteria was transformed into The Dobbins Diner, and students and their fathers enjoyed a light dinner, as well as cookies and root beer floats from The Sweets Shop.

The PTO, chaired by Karla Galla, served the guests as the girls took part in rock n’ roll dances and games.

Fathers and their daughters also had the opportunity to have photos taken, which were put in personalized frames.

“The evening was such a memorable event for each of the girls and their special dates,” Cheryl Borovitcky, the school’s principal, said.


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