Mothers, and their sons, got a chance to spend some quality time together during a special dance Saturday night.
It's the sixth year for the "ladies and little gents" mother-son Dance. Mothers and their sons dressed up and danced the night away at the Hasan Temple on Palmyra Road.
Part of the proceeds will go toward a good cause.
"Well its called the ladies and little gents. We want to teach our boys how to be little gentleman so this is what I want them to take from this event," says Coordinator Angela Brown.
Some of the proceeds will benefit the Dougherty County Sheriff's office Crime Prevention and Intervention Unit.
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