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Tweaking tradition on the dance floor

Allison Connors and her father, David DeCelle, ripped up the floor during their seven-song dance performance. (photo: Captured Moments by Sharon Mahar)
Allison Connors and her father, David DeCelle, ripped up the floor during their seven-song dance performance. (photo: Captured Moments by Sharon Mahar)
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I’ve been to dozens of weddings and receptions. Like most people, I enjoy watching the bride dance with her dad and the groom with his mom. It is a sweet moment between two people who share such a special bond. But the father-daughter and mother-son dances are not usually included among the “highlights” when people talk about the reception afterward. I shouldn’t have been surprised, though, when my niece Allison and my brother-in-law David DeCelle ...


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