Lebanon Reporter

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October 13, 2012

Lesson in Etiquette

Lebanon High School students learned a lesson in manners during the annual business etiquette luncheon Friday at Ulen Country Club. Josh Purkhiser (left), Leigha Salvitti and Tré Hurst listen to LHS Assistant Principal Kari Ottinger as she explains the proper way to eat their chicken using a knife and fork. Even though she’s only a sophomore, Salvitti said she can see how information about table etiquette would be useful in the future. “It’s a good experience to know how to be a professional,” Salvitti said. The keynote speaker was LHS nutrition and wellness instructor Jeanne James.The luncheon was part of a project to teach etiquette and manners, proper dress, networking skills and how to R.S.V.P. Sixty-four students were involved in the event, which was funded in part by the Lebanon Education Foundation and Boone County Chamber of Commerce.

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