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OLP’s 1st Father-Daughter Honky Tonk

Julia Smyth

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OLP girls and their father enjoyed a night of line dancing, cornhole, and other fun activities on Friday, April 13th at the Honky Tonk. Girls were invited to bring their father’s to this event for a special-themed father-daughter dance. The entire school was welcomed, although seniors enjoyed a Senior VIP area. Here, they relaxed around a couple fire pits and played foosball.

Girls loved the line dancing lessons and it being with their dads made it that much better. One girl said “It was a super fun way to get closer with my dad and learn something together!” For those who are the sit-back and watch type, there was plenty of fun carnival food to go around. Another girl raved about the candy selection, explaining that her sweet tooth was satisfied. She also enjoyed the mozzarella sticks and corn dogs.

The girls had a great time dancing with their fathers and laughing with (or at) them during the lessons. The Honky Tonk was a hit, and a fun, interactive way for OLP dads to spend time with their daughters.

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OLP’s 1st Father-Daughter Honky Tonk