Junior Cotillion teaches manners and ethics

  • Saturday, May 31, 2014

The Mount Pleasant Junior Cotillion teaches children from fourth through eighth grade etiquette, ethics, protocol and social dance. Classes meet monthly at the Snee Farm Country Club Ballroom.

During the past 20 years, more than 4,000 students have participated in this comprehensive, worthwhile and fun program. “The word of mouth about the quality of the program has spread and children attend from Charleston, Berkley and Dorchester County,” says National League of Junior Cotillions Director Mary Kennerty. “The children get to be around their peers from 20 different schools for practice in later life. Social skills are at a premium these days and our structured, copyrighted program emphasizes networking and dining skills in addition to the multitude of other social skills experienced in class.”

To register your child for classes, go to www.nljc.com/chapter/mtpleasant.

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