The leader of a Haymarket organization has taken a unique trip that she likely won’t forget anytime soon.
Kathleen Geneva from the National League of Junior Cotillions (NLJC) recently visited the White House.
NLJC, a national program, teaches middle school students about etiquette, according to a release. Hundreds of programs are offered in 30 states.
“This program is making a positive impact on students across the nation and we are delighted to know that more young people in this area will have the opportunity for this vital training,” NLJC President Charles Winters said in a release.
Geneva, director of the West Prince William and Fauquier County chapters, practiced the courtesies taught through NLJC during her trip to the White House.
“[I] noticed so many social graces occurring with the guests and overall courtesy and kindness,” Geneva said in a release. “I felt honored to be an American and enjoyed meeting new people.”
To learn more information or enroll a child in program, visit the websites for the West Prince William or Fauquier County chapters, or email Geneva at email@example.com.
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