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This program starts in the fall. 


 

The 12th Annual Park City Cotillion

   

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNING HOW TO BE A GENTLEMAN.



By John Morgan “Mo” Weeks  Cotillion Graduate, High School Senior, and Captain of his Varsity Football Team

 

“I have been associated with the JDW Cotillion for five years. I am now a senior and have been a student instructor for the past two years. Looking back on this experience made me realize how blessed I am for having the opportunity to learn the essentials of being a gentleman.

 

I remember back to the eighth grade when I was going to class and just trying to act like a typical eighth grade guy (e.g., hands in pockets, acting “too cool for school,” etc). I had no idea the impact that the cotillion program would have on me later in life. This class taught me little life lessons about how to treat other people, talk to girls, how to dance and how to keep my composure when looking at a table that has ten different plates and utensils. This is just scratching the surface of what the Cotillion has done for me and I think every boy would be fortunate to have been associated with this program. Upon graduation, I plan to attend Mississippi State University or Colorado State University and prepare for medical school.”

 

Don’t wait, the 11th annual Park City Cotillion starts soon. Register now at www.cotillion.com   

 

Cotillion ~ Tools that Last a Lifetime.

For information & registration visit

www.cotillion.com

  

CLUB COTILLION -  4th & 5th grades

SURVIVAL ETIQUETTE ESSENTIALS - 6th -8th grades

 

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Jon D. Williams Cotillions Inc.

Est. 1949

 

Classes for 4-5th and 6-8th graders teach valuable social skills and manners through the art of social dance. Held at the Temple Har Shalom, the program is instructed by the 63-year-old nationally acclaimed institution - The Jon D. Williams Cotillions.

The five-week, once a month course provides a positive and inviting atmosphere for students to put on their best attire and acquire skills such as making a positive first impression, meeting new people, dining etiquette, courtesy toward others and finding the confidence to ask for a dance. It’s no wonder parents from Park City jump at the chance to provide these benefits for their children.

 


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