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Salisbury Junior Cotillion hosts annual spring ball

The Salisbury Junior Cotillion Club recently held its spring ball and dinner party at the Country Club of Salisbury.
Members and parents participated in an elegant evening of dinner, dancing and fun.
Members of the club include: Juliana Anderson, Kathryn Anderson, Alex Antosek, Olivia Burke, Kerry Campion, Maria Capito, Will Casmus, Carter Cook, Ben Coulter, Thomas Cummings, Olivia Cunningham, Madison Day, Adam Drye, George Fisher, Lizzie Fisher, Elizabeth Graeber, Skylar Grubb, Adam Habeeb, Walker Hartpence, Ava Holtzman, Julia Honeycutt, Briggs Hudson, Mike Hughes, Jessica Jensen, Abby Lee, Mary McCullough, Emerson McMillin, Mason McMillin, Nicholas Peltz, Cali Proper, Abby Robinette, Zach Robinette, Jimmy Sentilles, Drew Shelby, Tara Smith, Patrick Smith, Morgan Warren, Macy Woody and Leah Wyrick.
Junior Cotillion offers lessons in social graces for students in fifth through eighth grades. Table manners, proper dress, introductions, conversation, ballroom dance, and more are taught and practiced to strengthen self confidence.
Anyone interested in participating in the next junior cotillion classes may contact Mrs. Glen Albracht at mrsmanners@carolina.rr.com.

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