The Cotillion etiquette Seminar and Luncheon
The (NANBPWC) National Association of Negro Business and
Professional Women's Club Inc - Toledo Club, presented an
Etiquette Seminar and Luncheon on Saturday, March 17, 2018
at Indiana Missionary Baptist Church. This seminar was held
for the Debutantes who are participating in the Debutante
Cotillion Scholarship program.
These high school ladies learned many things that will guide
them through college, career, and family and interactions.
Denise Cardwell discussed why etiquette is important. Her
program entitled "Between Us Girls" emphasizes the inner and
outer self and how others see you and how you see yourself.
It is important to love yourself, have self respect, know
your potentials and limitations.
Cardwell also discussed the importance of first impressions,
body languages, attire, attitude and several other topics.
The 28 Debutantes had an opportunity to get to know each
other, ask questions, and participate in interactive
Cotillion Chairman Wilma Brown and Co-chairman Karen Jarret
concluded with a questions and concerns session.
Frances C. Collins, PhD, Toledo Club president; Denise
Black-Poon, first vice president and program chairman; and
Barbara Tucker, financial secretary and parliamentarian also
attended the seminar.