The annual daddy-daughter dance held at Bill Heddles Recreation Center Nov. 11 proved to be the most successful yet -- over 400 danced the night away.
This year's theme was "Alice in Wonderland." The recreation center's fitness staff dressed as characters from the movie.
As always, the decorations were fabulous. They were donated by Altrusa International of Delta, which also provided keys to Wonderland to the first 150 participants.
Outgoing princess Jasmine Ealey crowned the new royalty -- Nevaeh Roberts, princess, and Rick Fender, king. They received free admission to next year's dance and dinner for two donated by Daveto's Italian Restaurant.
Calling all volunteers! Fort Uncompahgre on the Old Spanish Trail has received six new tipis that will be used as outdoor classrooms in conjunction with the Nature Connection. John Hardy has volunteered to lead a group of folks who are willing to learn how to set up the tipis and pitch in where necessary.