Among the fathers and daughters attending the princess-themed dance were: Jeff Collins and Jane; David Fortney and Kaitlin; Sean Kirkland and Zoe; Hicks Poor and Sidney; Bill Tanner and Katie Marie, Maggie, and Lainey; Brett Tyler and Mable; and Daniel White and Mary Evelyne and Maggie Beth.
Marietta Parks, Recreation and Facilities also celebrated daddies and daughters at a dance on Feb. 6 at the Mansour Center on Roswell Street. Beautifully clad girls ages 5 to 12, escorted by their fathers, attended one of the department's most popular events.
Daddy and daughter partygoers included: Matt Buehler and Anna, Suzy and Lily; Joe Burgess and Kirby; Rich Buss and Emily; Tony Fasola and Alden; Steve Kish and Emaleigh and Kaitlyn; David Lee and Delainee Turner; Paul Lubertazzi and Renae; Joel Mills and Brittney Dent; Rick Redd and Katie; and Arthur Vaughn and Madison and Kennedy.
If you happened to be at Spaghetti Warehouse around 2 p.m. on Sunday, you might have seen the fabulous cast, crew, orchestra and technical staff of "The Music Man," presented last week by The Walker School. For five performances, the talented group of high schoolers wowed audiences with musical numbers such as "Seventy-Six Trombones" and "The Wells Fargo Wagon."
Among the 87 students celebrating their final performance: Lauren Bobo, Olivia Breton, Chris Branham, Ryan Brush, Alec Catlin, Erin Deebel, Caroline Connell, Phil Feiner, Greg Fetter, Elizabeth Gentry, Miranda Godfrey, Claire Golden, Sydney Haltom, Alex Hawk, Hannah Hensley, Megan Hilburn, Sera Kim, Kyle Kimrey, Kiwi Lanier, Myoung Lee, Ben Mathis, Melissa Merrick, Britt McCurdy, Patrick McPherson, Jordan Perry, Schuyler Richardson, Helen Sanderson, Ryan Selvaggio, Kelly Shirley, Colin Shirley, Jessie Sohn, Gray Stoner, Ashley Touchton, Steven Touchton and Max Vanderlip.
Walker School Fine Arts Department chair Katie Arjona directed and choreographed the musical. Teachers Matt Eisenman, Todd Motter, Bill Schreiner and Samantha Walker assisted.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at sallylit @bell south.net. Call Sally at (770) 425-7122.