Two separate event times provide area fathers and daughters ample opportunities to create special memories
WOODLAND — Woodland’s annual Father/Daughter Ball was held Feb. 29 at Woodland High School and organizers reported it was a “roaring” good time.
The “Roaring ’20s/Vintage Hollywood” theme was the backdrop for two dances, one from 3-5 p.m. and another from 7-9 p.m. A searchlight in the parking lot and the red carpet welcomed over 500 attendees to the early ball and 700 to the late ball, including volunteers from Grace Community Church.
At the end of the night, each girl received a rose and necklace as a parting gift. The community donated generous door prizes, including a grand door prize of a working Victrola record player and an old fashioned tube radio.
Grace Community Church staff and volunteers from the community including Boy Scouts, Kiwanis and high school students helped transform Woodland High School back to the 1920’s era. A display of Woodland Photos from the 1920’s was provided courtesy of the Woodland Historical Museum.
The Father/Daughter Ball is a nonprofit community service event sponsored by Grace Community Church providing the opportunity for dads and daughters of all ages to create memories.
At the ball, next year’s theme “Back to the ’80s” was also announced.