PRESS PHOTOS BY DENNIS GLEWBefore the dance began, fathers and daughters lined up outside the photo booth to get a memento of the evening.The cowboys chatted while the cowgirls waited.
Cebric Hickerson flashes a smile as he dances with his daughter Cameron, resplendent in a white lace dress decorated with lights, a fur cape and a tiara.
Kylene Gill, recreation supervisor for Bethlehem Township, sports a cowgirl hat at the event that she organized. She commented good naturedly on the challenge posed by the need to come up with a different title for the dance each year.
Three cowgirls take a refreshment break. The girl in the middle sports the flashing ring that each girl received in keeping with the bling theme of the dance.
After their daughters finished, the fathers faced a greater challenge in clearing the limbo stick. Some of the girls looked amused by their father’s efforts while others accompanied their dads.
Fred Donatelli was both DJ and master of ceremonies.
The lights turned red as dads and their daughters, some in their father’s arms, did a slow dance.
Bethlehem Twp. hosts 11th annual event
This year 64 dads and daughters signed up to attend the 11th annual Daddy-Daughter Dance at the Bethlehem Township Community Center. Young attendees at the dance, called the Boots & Bling Ball, ranged in age from three to eight. Not surprisingly, it was a lively affair.