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"More than 120 fathers and their favorite girls enjoyed a magical evening at Temple Emanu- El's Daddy-Daughter Dance" on Feb. 9, a Temple news release says. "In a room festooned with colorful balloons, gumball machines, sparkling confetti and a disco ball, the dance featured daddy-daugh- ter portraits; a makeup, hair and nail salon staffed by a professional makeup artist and teen volunteers; a father-daughter art project; games and prizes; and a menu including finger sandwiches, chicken tenders, macaroni and cheese, fruit kebabs, tea, punch, root beer floats and a gallery of homemade desserts," the release adds. The evening's centerpiece was music by local disc jockeys Soundsational, who donated their services for the event. Daddies and daughters enjoyed dancing to new and clas- sic songs and especially crowded the dance floor for My Girl as well as spirited rounds of Freeze Dance and the classic party game Coke and Pepsi, the release notes. The Daddy-Daughter Dance was sponsored by the Temple Emanu-El Religious School Social Committee and chaired by Jay and Beth Vandroff and Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman. For more information about the event, call 379-1997. % FATHERS AND LITTLE GIRLS ENJOY DADDY-DAUGHTER DANCE Eden Glickman brought her father — Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Brenner J. Glickman — to the Daddy- Daughter Dance. Contributed photo Sarasota News Leader February 21, 2014 Page 126

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