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The Pilot Club of New Albany’s 2016 Snowflake Ball draws large crowd

The First United Methodist Church of New Albany was the venue for a night of music, dancing and memory-making for many lucky young ladies and their fathers, grandfathers, uncles, guardians or other important men in their lives.  The sixth annual Snowflake Ball was hosted on Saturday evening February 27th by the Pilot Club of New Albany. The popular event is a fund-raiser for Pilot Club projects, many of which focus on brain-related disorders and injuries.

Girls from age four to sixth grade get to dress up and have their favorite men all to themselves for an evening of music, dancing, food and fun–just the kind of night that fills many of their dreams. The fact that it is for a good cause is just icing on the cake!

Pilot Club member Betty King estimated that about 400 people were present for the ball.

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See Part II photos of the Snowflake Ball:

2016 SNOWFLAKE BALL, Part I

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