Second Annual Daddy Daughter Dance ‘Ties & Tiaras’ Set for June 12

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What a magical night it will be when daddy’s and daughters get on the dance floor Friday, June 12 at Silvermoon on Broad. The “Ties & Tiaras” daddy/daughter dance is the big fundraiser for Mission Texarkana and is lining up to be one of the most special date nights this year!

Ties & Tiaras was originally scheduled for March and had to be rescheduled, and what better time than the weekend before Father’s Day? So, Friday, June 12 at Silvermoon on Broad in downtown Texarkana there will be dinner and dancing to celebrate the special relationships between daddies and their little girls. However, it could be uncles and nieces, pawpaws, and granddaughters, or any combination you like.

Join Mission Texarkana for the second Daddy Daughter Dance at Silvermoon on Broad! Tickets include dinner and dancing for two. This event will leave you and your family with memories to cherish for a lifetime all while benefiting Mission Texarkana. All ages welcome.

Some very special sponsors make this night possible… Big thanks to Cooper Tire, Allheart Electric, Texarkana FYI.com, Persnickety Too, and Signature Care Emergency Center.

There will be great food catered by Chappo’s, and Ms. Fabienne of KOOL 95 will be playing the music and entertaining the party. We may even learn if the hokie pokie is truly what it is all about. There will be some really nice raffle prizes also, thanks to Raising Canes, Larry’s Pizza, Texas Roadhouse, El Chicos, Big Jakes BBQ AR Blvd, McAlister’s Deli, Olive Garden, Outback Steak House, Longhorn Steak house, CiCi’s Pizza, Flying Burger and Seafood, Fuzzy’s Tacos, Cinemark, Texarkana IJump, and the Texarkana On the Border.

Make your plans now for tickets, dinner, dancing, and all the fun is only $30 per couple, with each additional ticket being only $10. Tickets can be purchased at Mission Texarkana located at 620 W 4th Street, or online HERE at the FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE.

This will be a night to treasure!

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