Disguises can’t mask the fun at the Scouts’ father-daughter gala

Delaney Dimich decorates the limbo stick before the festivities

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Photo by Hannelore Manriquez

Troop 3635 organized and hosted a father/daughter masquerade ball for the La Jolla Daisies, Brownies and Girl Scouts on April 30 at Bird Rock Elementary.

About 120 guests attended the ball. Highlights of the party included mask making, a Venetian-themed photo booth for dads and daughters, a group dance to “Cha Cha Slide,” limbo contest, food and lemonade, and a DJ light show presented by LG Productions.

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