Playing princess to help others

Kennis Feeney got to be princess for an evening at the 2012 Cinderella Ball. (Photo taken by Austin M. Burton)

Kennis Feeney got to be princess for an evening at the 2012 Cinderella Ball. (Photo taken by Austin M. Burton)

By Abby Walton

Little girls across central Indiana area can help people in their community while experiencing an evening fit for a princess. From 6 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 20, girls between the ages of five- and 10-years old can take their dads on a date to the Cinderella Ball. The event will be held in Zionsville at The Palomino Ballroom, 481 S. County Rd. 1200 E. Princesses will have a sit-down dinner, horse-drawn carriage ride, ballroom dancing lessons, crafts, entertainment, a souvenir photo and a commemorative shirt. Cinderella and Prince Charming will be at the event to greet the royal guests.

The Cinderella Ball is designed to create lasting memories between fathers and their daughters. It also gives girls an opportunity to help others in their community by bringing a donation for a local nonprofit organization. The program being featured this year is Bona Vista programs. It helps children and adults, regardless of abilities, to have success through independence and community support. Bona Vista recently opened a facility in Noblesville to expand their adult services. The money raised will go toward Bona Vista’s programs and services.

To receive an invitation online, register at Tickets are $100 per couple and need to be purchased by Sept. 18 or when all the seats are filled. For more information contact Brittnee Burton at Bona Vista at 765-457-8273.

To learn more about Bona Vista and the services it offers visit

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