To the Group we call Dads’ Night,
We are still riding the Dads’ Night high. The reviews are in and so many have said that they were entertained from the beginning to end. To hear the cheers coming from the crowd wanting more is a testament to hard work that everyone put in over the past 12 weeks.
We asked you guys to leave it all on the stage and we certainly can say that you did. Each of the skits was amazing in their own way and made the crowd feel great.
Dads’ Night continues to amaze most people in our community. The bond that we all have for our family, friends and community is what makes us unique. We are all rock stars, lifeguards, entertainers and fat guys in little coats to our children in one way or another. They idolize what you are and it shows in the excitement that all of our kids have during the week of Dads’ Night.
We hope that you all had as much fun as we did this past year. Whether you are new dad or a returning one, the most important thing is to have fun and continue a legacy for the next generation.
To our Grad Dads thank you all for your contributions to the organization, whether small or big you all have left an impact. To our new dads we hope that you have been energized with the Dads’ Night spirit that will keep you coming back for years to come.
To our cabinet, we couldn’t have pulled this off without you. To use a phrase from DN past, you are the BEST!!! THE BEST!!!!! We thank you for all your help this year and in making our job easy.
We leave you in great hands as we kickoff DN73 with John Pisnanont and Dennis Murphy, we wish them the best of luck.
This year has rolled to a close, but we want to leave you with one final thought. What makes Dads’ Night so special is that it certainly is “A Tradition Like No Other”.
The link below shows what Dads’ Night is all about. Enjoy.
It has been an amazing ride.
Ryan Greaney and Jeff Gluck