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PHOTO GALLERY: Father-Daughter Dance Night

Sunday, June 21, 2009 | 12:01 a.m. CDT

Little girls and their dads got to share a special night of music and dancing at the 11th annual Father-Daughter Dance Night, an event sponsored by the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department. The event, which was held Saturday at the Activity and Recreation Center, also included snacks, door prizes and dancing lessons.

Charles Wiebe, center, and his daughter Leah Wiebe, 4, hold hands while they move across the dance floor.
Charles Wiebe and daughter Leah Wiebe take a short break while Adam and Faith Boster keep dancing on.
Allan Bell, center, dips his daughter Morgan Bell, 7, at the 11th annual Father-Daughter Dance Night at the Activity and Recreation Center on Saturday.
Chris Allen and daugher Sophia Allen share a sleepy hug after dancing.
Eric Sappington and his daughter Shelby Sappington, 6, smile during a spinning hug.
Between songs, John Viator and his daughter Isabella Viator, 5, take a break. "I'm most excited about the door prizes," she said.
Faith Boster, 8, takes her father Adam Boster's arm as they enter the Activity and Recreation Center.
Chris Allen and his daughter Sofia Allen, 5, practice some fancy footwork.

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