Chloe SpillmanJon JeeOn Saturday, Jan. 29, the annual Snowball dance will take place here at JGHS.Blue and white posters are decorating the walls around the school reminding students of the upcoming dance. But what is a "snowball dance"? Could it be just another dance that schools host or is there something special involved?A "Snowball Dance" is not what you'd think of when it first comes to mind. It sounds like a Sadie Hawkins dance (where the girls ask the boys, but don't worry, you don't have to) except with a winter theme.However, a Snowball Dance is actually a casual dance that is similar to that of a swing dance. "This is really just an informal, casual dance for the students," says Key Club adviser Heather Barclay."We're trying to raise profits for a local charity. Plus, I think all the students need something new to do to break the winter boredom," Barclay explained.Students are asked to simply come to the dance wearing a school appropriate outfit . The cost is $5 for singles and $8 for couples.The dance will last from 8 until 11 p.m.