Dads and daughters bond at ball

Posted 2/4/19

Dad-daughter duos, dressed in crisp suits and glamorous gowns, flooded into the Highlands Ranch Mansion the evening of Feb. 1 for the annual Father and Daughter Sweetheart Ball. Hosted by the …

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Dads and daughters bond at ball

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Dad-daughter duos, dressed in crisp suits and glamorous gowns, flooded into the Highlands Ranch Mansion the evening of Feb. 1 for the annual Father and Daughter Sweetheart Ball.

Hosted by the Highlands Ranch Community Association, the memorable evening featured photo ops, carriage rides, crafts and dancing. It was the first of three sessions over the weekend, all of which quickly sold out. About 225 dads and daughters of all ages made an appearance.

HRCA's Amanda Arnce, who plans the event, sees similar faces year after year.

“It is such a tradition for these families to have these girls come from a young age all the way until they are in high school,” Arnce said. “It creates a bond with the fathers.”

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