The 2019 Monroe STOPe Daddy/Daughter & Mother/Son Dance will be October 13, 2019 at Tsali Notch Vineyard.
Fatherly figures and their little ladies will dance from 2-4pm.
Motherly figures and their little boys will dance from 6-8pm.
This is a FREE event, however a $10 deposit is required to register. You can register at the bottom of this page. Your deposit will reserve your spot and validate your commitment to attend. Only 1 deposit is necessary per registration, regardless of how many people are in your party. Deposits will be returned to guests at the door the night of the events. Should you choose not to attend, your deposit will be not be returned and instead will be used cover the cost of the food that will be purchased in anticipation of your attendance.
🥤Food and drinks will be free!
Professional photography will be offered by Julie Fitch Photography for $10 per couple. (Many guests will use their refunded deposit to pay for pictures!)
Any funds generated from this event will be used to cover the cost of the event and/or future domestic violence prevention, community education & awareness events.
If you have any questions about the deposit, or if you’re unable to make the deposit due to unfortunate circumstances, please call Heather at 423-519-1232 or 423-545-3015 to request scholarship deposits. Thank you for understanding!
We We Dance
The Monroe STOPe dance, originally the ‘Me and My Guy Dance’ is planned as a domestic violence prevention effort, with the intention of promoting healthy father-daughter relationships and educating our community on the importance of parental involvement in regards to healthy relationships. Statistics show that high levels of father involvement are correlated with sociability, confidence and high levels of self-control; which are all characteristics beneficial to one’s ability of making good choices for themselves in regards to future relationships. It has further been proven that children who have engaged, positive, male role-models are less likely to act out in school or engage in risky behaviors as adolescents.
Over the years, the event has grown into the largest event for the Monroe STOPe program, presented by the Monroe County Health Council Prevention & Wellness Coalition. This event has previously been held at the First United Methodist Church in Sweetwater, TN and at The Eclectic Vibe Centre in Madisonville, TN.
"You are setting great standards for your little girl by treating her to this enchanted evening full of laughter and love, and it is an honor for the Monroe County Health Council to play a part in your doing so. Thank you for your interest in this event. We hope that should you attend, your special lady will forever remember and be impacted by the memories you make." --Heather Rhymes, Community Outreach Advocate for Monroe STOPe
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