6th Annual Daddy-Daughter dance features unicorns, princesses and glitter

SARAH SMELTZ/THE EXPRESS Many local Dads treated their daughters to a night of dancing, crafts and fun at the Clinton County Housing Coalition’s Daddy-Daughter Dance at Central Mountain Middle School Saturday. The event saw lots of smiles as the little ones enjoyed the dances unicorn theme.

MILL HALL– The Clinton County Housing Coalition, Inc. in partnership with Keystone Cares hosted the 6th Annual Daddy – Daughter Dance at the Central Mountain Middle School on Feb. 16, 2019. Nearly 400 guests attended the event. This year’s theme was Unicorn World with decorations including a giant pink, purple, blue, and white balloon arch, unicorn topped balloon columns, and unicorn tiaras for everyone. Music and lights were provided by DJ Kyle Anthony and photographs by Rachael Eiler. In addition to dancing on a balloon-filled dance floor, activities included a make-your-own slime bar and unicorn cookie decorating. The night ended with 50/50 drawings, several donated raffle baskets, and a giant stuffed unicorn.

The Daddy – Daughter Dance is a signature fund-raising event for the Clinton County Housing Coalition, Inc. to support the Life Center and Merit House homeless shelters in Clinton County. Homelessness exists in Clinton County, and these two shelters, along with the Clinton County Women’s Shelter, provide a safe, stable environment for those seeking to regain permanent housing. Visit their website at www.cchousingcoalition.org for more information and ways you can help. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, call 2-1-1 to access services in your area.