Armed Services YMCA 6th Annual Father & Daughter Dance

Enchantment Under the Sea
Amid a whirlwind of twirls and spins, girls and their fathers spent special moments on the dance floor creating lasting memories at the Sixth Annual Father & Daughter Dance, “Enchantment Under the Sea”. This year, we had over 500 attendees— including 213 fathers and 258 daughters. Service members from Navy, Marines, Army and Coast Guard were in attendance and enjoyed a night filled with dinner, dancing, photography, and more! The photo booth, door prizes, and bracelet making at the enchanted charm table were some of the evening’s most memorable moments. The San Diego Armed Services YMCA would like to thank all of our sponsors and contributors, with special thanks to TriWest Healthcare Alliance for their generous sponsorship. Please enjoy some of the evening’s memorable moments captured in this special edition photo Snapshot.

“I can say we will remember this special night forever.”

Under the Sea Dress Boutique
To prepare for the elegant evening, the ASYMCA hosted a dress boutique, in which ticket holders could browse new and gently used gowns and take one home for free. 47 families attended and a total of 55 dresses were given away. Thank you Nativity School for the generous donations.

February 18th, 2012

Thank
The evening was made possible by the generous support and contributions of the following San Diego businesses, organizations, and individuals: Board Member – Jim Chatfield Lincoln Military Housing Southwest Airlines Staff Member – Phyllis Barber TriWest Healthcare Alliance USAA Thank you Dress Exchange Donors! Avant Garde Irene Schwall Military Families Rancho Santa Fe Community Nativity School Tierra Santa Junior Women’s Club

“This could become a tradition I can keep as long as my daughters are with me!”

“I enjoyed every minute of the event— from the professionalism from the military persona working, to all the staff who coordinated the event. So many smiles and life long experiences.“

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