Dads, daughters attend masque

Jerry Sullivan, junior Catherine Noakes, Geoff Noakes and junior Caitie Sullivan (from left to right) talk with each other after eating dinner at this year’s Father-Daughter Dinner Dance. The event, organized by the Junior Class, had the theme Masquerade. Junior Nikea Barconia’s grandmother sang with the band Napata and the Kisses, which performed at the event.
Jerry Sullivan, junior Catherine Noakes, Geoff Noakes and junior Caitie Sullivan (from left to right) talk with each other after eating dinner at this year’s Father-Daughter Dinner Dance. The event, organized by the Junior Class, had the theme Masquerade. Junior Nikea Barconia’s grandmother sang with the band Napata and the Kisses, which performed at the event.

Emily Bloch
Reporter

▶ Guests arrived in the Flood Mansion wearing masks and formal attire in the spirit of this year’s Father-Daughter Dinner Dance theme, Masquerade.

“Some people even rented costumes for the dance,” said freshman Annie De Lancie. “Jayni’s [Webster] dad wore a cape with a ruffled shirt and a mask.”

Guests had the option of dining on New York prime rib, tortellini with pesto sauce, sautéed vegetables or a spinach salad.

After dinner, daughters and their fathers danced to the band Napata and the Kisses.

“The band was amazing; they were really fun,” said De Lancie. “The band reminded me of Dreamgirls because they wore flapper dresses. The singers came into the audience and danced with us. It was great.”

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