Daddy/Daughter Dance 2018
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Saturday, January 13, 2018
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GCS Education Foundation 13th Annual Daddy-Daughter Dance is scheduled for Saturday, February 3rd at Greeneville High School


GREENEVILLE, TN – The Greeneville City Schools (GCS) Education Foundation announces their 13th annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on Saturday, February 3, from 7-9PM. 

This year’s dance will be held at the Greeneville High School Gymnasium in order to accommodate the crowd of daddies and daughters that have made attending this event a family tradition.   

Advance tickets will go on sale Monday, January 22 at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center (NPAC) ticket office.  Box office hours are M-F, 10am – 5pm. Advance tickets are $10 and may be purchased with cash or check (to GCSEF) - sorry, no credit or debit cards. Tickets will also be available at the door on the night of the dance if venue space allows.  Tickets purchased at the door will be $15.00. 

Professional photography will be available at the event provided by Ms. Kassandra Voelker, Art & Photography Teacher at Greeneville High School.  Ms. Voelker will be assisted by GHS photography students, Stacey McGill Photography, and members of the GSIA Council.  The optional portrait packages are reasonably priced and must be paid for (cash or check) on dance night at the time the photos are taken.  Portrait information sheets will be included in an information packet that will be provided at the time dance tickets are purchased. Proceeds from portrait packages will directly benefit the GHS photography program.

At 7pm, Electric Avenue’s Robbie Britton will kick-off the event with two hours of dance tunes specially selected for the evening.

Several Greeneville area restaurants are offering a variety of “Daddy & Daughter Meal Deals” for those who purchase tickets in advance.  These offers are available at suppertime before the dance, on dance night only, to daddies and daughters who show their tickets at the time they place their order.  Some restrictions apply – complete details will be available at the time advance tickets are purchased. 

“We hope daddies and their daughters will take advantage of this event to spend some special time together.  The GCS Education Foundation and the GSIA partnered to host this event twelve years ago, and it’s been a huge success.  For the majority of the attendees, this event has become a family tradition. We’ve always had a full house of daddies and daughters from throughout the county.  They’ve laughed, danced, and had a marvelous time”, said Amanda Waddell, GCS Education Foundation Executive Director. 

Profits from this event benefit the Greeneville Schools in Action (GSIA) scholarship program, and the GCS Education Foundation FOCUS Grant program.

In the unlikely event that inclement weather forces a cancellation, the dance will not be able to be rescheduled.  Unfortunately, tickets cannot be returned for refund.

For more information about this event, check the GCS Education Foundation web site: , or the organization’s Facebook page: , or contact Amanda Waddell at the GCS Education Foundation (423) 823-0001.

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