The National League of Junior Cotillions, Johnston County Chapter, has named Emily Woodard Harris as its new Director.
“I look forward to reaching as many kids as possible with this exceptional program. Cotillion teaches manners and social graces that give kids the confidence and poise to be successful now and throughout their lives,” Mrs. Harris said.
“I am so excited to have the opportunity to teach children in Johnston County etiquette and social dance. I look forward to showing kids how fun Cotillion classes are; not stuffy or boring!”
Mrs. Harris was born and raised in Smithfield and has lived here all her life. She is married to Chad Harris and they have 2 children.
The National League of Junior Cotillions is an etiquette and social dance training program that involves thousands of students nationwide. Students learn the customs and courtesies that will serve them for a lifetime. Topics covered include table manners, writing thank you notes, and responding to formal invitations, in addition to many other social skills that will make life more pleasant for them and for those around them. Most importantly, the students learn to feel comfortable in social situations. For information regarding the program or to register for classes click here.