Conexión San Angelo newsroom, Jim Sánchez
Parent, Adrianna Harding’s four-year-old, Audrianna won four tickets given by the Nature Center, and a GAMMA blue tooth speaker.
SAN ANGELO — Bal Masqué’s (means masquerade ball) origins from the 15th century was incorporated into this year’s 2st century, “Daddy-Daughter Date Night” with a perfect theme, Magical Mystery Masquerade.
The City of San Angelo’s 32nd annual, DDDN held on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at the McNease Convention Center was once again the hottest ticket in town as proud daddies, grandfathers, and single parents spent the night away, at least until 9 p.m. dancing, partying and love really spelled as “t-i-m-e, time’ with their offspring. The concept for the theme and masquerade ball was contributed by Jerica Davis, COSA Recreation Supervisor.
Entertainer, DJ “Lil Mario” was “in the house” pumping up the live music with such artists as George Strait’s “Amarillo by Morning,” and “Dancing In the Dark,” by Ed Sheeran.
One of those parents in attendance for the first time was Adrianna Harding who brought her daughters: Mia Aguirre, age 11, a student at Lone Star Middle School, and four-year-old Audrinna, Harding who attends Reagan Elementary.
“A lot of people are tied up in social media and with their cell phones a lot. It’s nice to spend time with and talk to your kids. You don’t think kids miss that, but they really do.”
Adrianna’s well-thought-out response was a perfect way to wrap up the evening. “In family relationships, love is really spelled t-i-m-e, time,”-Dieter F. Uchtdorf.