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Daddy-Daughter Dance Tickets On Sale Monday

Dance set for March 9.

Girls and dads throughout Yorkville are invited to the annual Daddy Daughter Dance sponsored by the Yorkville Grade School PTO.

The 2013 dance will be at Yorkville Middle School on Saturday, March 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. This year’s theme is “A Night in Candy Land.” Cost is just $15 per couple and $2 for each additional daughter.

“All Yorkville dads and daughters are invited, including those from District 115 schools, home schools, private schools and even preschools,” said Crystal Cavey, president of the YGS PTO. “For years, dads and daughters, citywide, have made special memories at this Daddy Daughter Dance and we want that tradition to continue.”

Back by popular demand, VIP tickets will be available in limited quantities. For $25, VIP couples gain special privileges, including admission 15 minutes early, the chance to be among first in line for pictures and the dance floor, five raffle tickets, and a special dessert.

A photographer will capture moments of this sweet night and the photographs will be available to order. Additionally, treats will be available for all guests, and unique gift baskets – with items fit for dads and/or daughters – will be raffled off during the evening.

Event tickets go on sale Monday, Feb. 4, and can be purchased at all Yorkville elementary schools, including Yorkville Intermediate School. For more information, contact Kris Avery at 5averys@comcast.net. 

Press Release provided by Yorkville Grade School PTO.

Missy Hage February 03, 2013 at 01:13 AM
I really dislike the "VIP" part of this event. Last year, my preschooler and Daddy went to the dance and there were several little girls who didn't understand why only certain kids got special treatment. I think ALL the little girls should feel special on that special night.
Kibitzer February 03, 2013 at 04:42 AM
It seems that people who require the VIP treatment, are the same people (maybe), who also require fancier schools, and a lot of Park District programs, and other such things that require taxpayer subsidization. At least in this case, these people are having to reach into their own pockets to pay for the extras.

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