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A Grand Time Had By All at Radnor Township's 3rd Annual Daddy/Daughter Valentine's Dance!

Attendees were transformed into caricatures!
Attendees were transformed into caricatures!

Radnor Township’s 3rd Annual Daddy/Daughter Valentine’s Dance took place on Friday, February 21, 2014 at The Radnor Hotel.  The event’s presenting sponsor, The Radnor Hotel, provided the lovely and sophisticated space for the event to take place in, as well as a beautiful display of hors d’oeuvres and desserts for all in attendance.  The 150 dashing daddys and daughters were amply entertained, thanks to the activity sponsor, Saul Ewing, LLP.  Daddys and daughters were able to have their picture taken by the township’s photographer.  Shortly thereafter, the daughters decorated frames for their pictures and were able to take them home.  The daughters also crafted bracelets and necklaces for themselves, with the assistance of the Villanova student volunteers present for the event.  A caricaturist drew cartoon versions of our fancy participants while the DJ played music and kept the dance floor packed!  At the end of the evening, daddys lined the dance floor and presented their daughters with long-stem pink roses, courtesy of The Carol H. Axelrod Memorial Blood Drive.  The participants enjoyed themselves greatly, and are already looking forward to next year’s event!

The Township would like to extend its great appreciation to all of its wonderful sponsors and volunteers, especially The Radnor Hotel for their spectacular level of service and sophistication provided for this cherished event!

Photographs feature Radnor residents enjoying themselves at the 3rd Annual Daddy/Daughter Valentine’s Dance, sponsored by and located at The Radnor Hotel on Friday, February 21, 2014. 

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