Making memories: A night of fathers and princesses

Posted 2/13/18

The red carpet rolled out at 6:30 p.m. and by the evening’s end, every girl was given a crown. It was the first Father, Daughter Princess Ball hosted by the Arvada YMCA. “These are things they …

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Making memories: A night of fathers and princesses

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The red carpet rolled out at 6:30 p.m. and by the evening’s end, every girl was given a crown. It was the first Father, Daughter Princess Ball hosted by the Arvada YMCA.

“These are things they will never forget,” said Kristin Denehy, membership director at the YMCA.

“We’re here to make lasting memories.”

The dance, held Feb. 9, was sold out with 66 dads and 72 daughters.

Some daughters, like Bailey Owens, who loves to dance, had been looking forward to the dance since it was announced.

For father, Brian Nickel, the night was the perfect time to have a date night with his daughter.

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