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Mrs. Manners of Le Reve Image

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Mrs. Manners of Le Reve Image will host an ice-cream social to teach children how to interact in a social setting and share information about upcoming etiquette courses for children, teens and young adults in the North Georgia region.  Youth etiquette courses hosted by Mrs. Manners are:


Charming Concepts (Ages 2-11)


Young ladies and gentlemen enrolled in this 4 course will engage in activity based learning that will introduce them to skills vital to mastering the art of etiquette. This fast paced series will offer each child an unforgettable experience for growth and development with emphasis placed on:



  • Introduction to Manners

  • Appropriate Introductions and Greetings

  • Mealtime Manners

  • Communication Etiquette


Social Graces (Tweens/Teens/ Young Adults)


Young leaders of tomorrow enrolled in this 4 course will engage in a series of innovative, technology driven courses that will provide them with keys to open doors of success and gain valuable confidence to conquer challenges ahead. Emphasis is placed on:



  • First Impressions

  • Socializing with Class

  • Cyber Etiquette

  • Dining Etiquette

  • Networking and Interviewing Skills


Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to open doors of success for you child's future.


Dream Magnificently!

jo ann jenkins November 28, 2012 at 12:30 PM
Very well done, Ardre, and best wishes for a successful program. Crimson Academy is a great school for my Grand Children. They are happy and are well taught.
jo ann jenkins November 28, 2012 at 12:33 PM
This will be a GREAT event with a lasting impression. We work with Miss Manners in Gainesville, Florida

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