It's called the Daddy-Daughter Dance.
This classic event between these guys and gals, is turning into a lifelong memory that's never going out of style.
Robert Casper and his daughter Cora spent some quality time together Saturday,
Robert added, "The fun time of getting ready, taking pictures, hanging out, doing some dancing."
The two are jamming the day away at the second annual Daddy-Daughter Dance at Normal Community High School.
"This is our second time coming to this dance," Robert said. "It is a great opportunity, as a father, to get some quality time with my daughter."
" It is really great to hang out with my dad and spending quality time with him," added daughter Cora. "I just think it is really fun."
For just two hours on Saturday afternoon - dads and their daughters forgot the hassle of daily life and had fun together, compliments of the N-C-H-S student council.
Co-Faculty Advisor, Addie Ince, said, "I really want it to be a day for just the dads and just the daughters, because they really very seldom do this on an afternoon."
Nowadays - parents say they don't get to share as much time with their little ones as.
This gives them a chance to.
Robert said, "This is a great opportunity - it is only once a year I know. It did used to happen more than that. So we take advantage of it when the opportunity arises."
Ince added, "They're away from toys. They're away from the iPads and iTouches. They're forced to communicate here and talk."
And seeing the dads and girls have fun rubs off on the student council members.
"Our Student Council kids are just great, but they fight over which kids get to work this event, because they have so much fun doing it." Ince said.
For The Casper's - the fun part is just being able to spend time together.
Robert added, "That's the only reason why we do this; to enhance our relationship and grow and stay connected in a busy time. It is an awesome opportunity."
The Normal Community Student Council also hosts the event to raise money for Relay for Life, which supports cancer research.
It hopes to raise two thousand dollars for the cause.