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Mother-son dance benefits nonprofit

by Rachel O'Neal | February 16, 2020 at 2:21 a.m.

A gaggle of boys took over the Museum of Discovery on Feb. 9 for Night at the Museum, a fundraiser for the Gladney Center for Adoption in Fort Worth.

The mom-and-son-only late afternoon event is the brainchild of Sarah Priebe and Maggie Young, who once again co-chaired the event. Both women and their husbands adopted children through the Gladney Center.

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When they were thinking of ways to raise money for the Gladney Center, Priebe and Young realized there were plenty of father-daughter dances and mother-daughter teas but not much for mothers and sons. The event is open to all mothers and sons -- not just adoptive parents.

All profits will be donated to the Gladney Center.

High Profile on 02/16/2020

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