• Fathers and daughters to dance into memories
By Linda Green

Bill Hopkins dips daughter Savannah during the Y-130’s 2012 Daughter-Daddy Dance. Photo Courtesy of the Y-130.

“If I could get another chance, another walk, another dance with him. I’d play a song that would never, ever end. How I’d love, love, love, to dance with my father again” are words to the second stanza of a popular song by the late Luther Vandross.
The Y-130 is giving girls, up to the age of 13, the opportunity to make the lyrics a reality by providing a venue to dance with their fathers or the male figures in their lives.
On Feb. 9, a “Daddy-Daughter Dance” will be held that the Y-130 Program Center in Thomson to help young girls have a lifetime memory.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Jan. 9, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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