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Andy Dalton and wife Jordan participate in The Royal Prom

Dalton and his wife took part in a great community event in which 350 people with disabilities experienced a memorable night of dinner, dancing, games and friendship.

Bengals players are always doing incredible things in the community.

From Carlos Dunlap’s unbelievable literacy campaign, to the Marvin Lewis Community Fund’s “Learning is Cool” initiative, to Michael Johnson and Dunlap’s Back to School fair, to dozens of other charitable endeavors Bengals players take part in around the community, rarely a week goes by without some form of community involvement from members of the Bengals’ organization.

Last week was no different as Andy Dalton and his wife Jordan Dalton were special guests at The Royal Prom. The Daltons welcomed guests and took part in the evening’s activities.

The Royal Prom is a night to remember through dancing, laughter, and friendships for those with disabilities. Presented by Young Life Capernaum Ministries, The Royal Prom is supported by a group of local churches and organizations who partner to host the event for more than 350 people of all ages with disabilities, free of charge. Guests are accompanied by escorts and volunteers who help provide a memorable night with dinner, dancing, games and friendship. The Daltons were among those volunteers.

The event, which took place in Florence, Kentucky is one of many community events the Daltons take part in, in addition to the events and programs of the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation (AJDF).

The next AJDF event is "A Night in the Jungle", for which proceeds from the event will benefit the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, with funds going to support programs like the Pass It On Fund. The event will include family-fun activities, live music, food and drinks and photo opportunities with the Bengals' quarterback and his wife all inside Paul Brown Stadium.

A Night in the Jungle is scheduled for Thursday, October 26 from 6:00 p.m. ET to 9:00 p.m. ET. You can buy tickets here.