Minding manners

  • Saturday, January 26, 2013

Photo Provided Fourth grade Mount Pleasant Junior Cotillion students Mackenzie Knapp and Charlie Cass practice a dance at the Jan. 8 class of the Junior Cotillion.


The Junior Cotillion classes are interspersed with manners, protocol, ethics and social dancing. This copyrighted program teaches more than 100 different socials skills over a three year curriculum.

The Jan. 8 class alone covered more than 30 social skills including greetings and introductions, proper seating, refreshment etiquette, escorting, writing thank you notes, proper use of silver while dining, and table manners and more.

To register for the 2013 season please visit the Mount Pleasant Junior Cotillion website at www.nljc.com.


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