Etiquette lunch helps students


This past Saturday, the Sampson Community College Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a table etiquette workshop for students at The Ashford Inn, where students enjoyed a three-course meal while discovering the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of proper etiquette. Facilitated by Ellen Tew, Owner of Traditions Too, students discovered the rules of etiquette, including appropriate use of utensils and engaging in polite conversation. Pictured are Luisa Mendieta, Hailey Lewis, Jimmy Howard, Heather Bass, Teresa Lewis, Agueda Aranda, Peggy Lewis, Holly Brewington (SGA Advisor) and Julie Stadig (Owner of The Ashford Inn).


This past Saturday, the Sampson Community College Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a table etiquette workshop for students at The Ashford Inn, where students enjoyed a three-course meal while discovering the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of proper etiquette. Facilitated by Ellen Tew, Owner of Traditions Too, students discovered the rules of etiquette, including appropriate use of utensils and engaging in polite conversation. Pictured are Luisa Mendieta, Hailey Lewis, Jimmy Howard, Heather Bass, Teresa Lewis, Agueda Aranda, Peggy Lewis, Holly Brewington (SGA Advisor) and Julie Stadig (Owner of The Ashford Inn).

This past Saturday, the Sampson Community College Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a table etiquette workshop for students at The Ashford Inn, where students enjoyed a three-course meal while discovering the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of proper etiquette. Facilitated by Ellen Tew, Owner of Traditions Too, students discovered the rules of etiquette, including appropriate use of utensils and engaging in polite conversation. Pictured are Luisa Mendieta, Hailey Lewis, Jimmy Howard, Heather Bass, Teresa Lewis, Agueda Aranda, Peggy Lewis, Holly Brewington (SGA Advisor) and Julie Stadig (Owner of The Ashford Inn).
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TableEtiquetteOct2015.jpgThis past Saturday, the Sampson Community College Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a table etiquette workshop for students at The Ashford Inn, where students enjoyed a three-course meal while discovering the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of proper etiquette. Facilitated by Ellen Tew, Owner of Traditions Too, students discovered the rules of etiquette, including appropriate use of utensils and engaging in polite conversation. Pictured are Luisa Mendieta, Hailey Lewis, Jimmy Howard, Heather Bass, Teresa Lewis, Agueda Aranda, Peggy Lewis, Holly Brewington (SGA Advisor) and Julie Stadig (Owner of The Ashford Inn).
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