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NEW Day 2: 10 Things for Your Community

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Happy Day 2 of National Etiquette Week! It’s easier than you think to include good manners in your everyday life. Not only does it brighten your day, but it also builds a connection with the community around you. Good feelings all around! Why not follow our to-do list… 10 Ways to Help...

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NEW Day 1: Manners & Meals

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Welcome to National Etiquette Week! We talk a lot about good manners benefiting society in a lot of ways, some of them subtle. Right now, we’re going to focus on some more tangible results —specifically related to manners and meals. Knowing how to set a table is a life and career skill, esp...

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Coming soon: National Etiquette Week 2013!

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Please join us as we celebrate National Etiquette Week! We believe that etiquette and good manners is all about being kind to others, and isn’t that worth celebrating? National Etiquette Week (NEW) was established in 1997 by Sandra Morisset, a children’s etiquette consultant, as a way...

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Dog Park Etiquette

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Want to take your favorite furry companion to the dog park? While animals have their own social rules, their human friends can make sure that visits to the dog park can be both safe and fun. Read our tips before you grab the leash! • Only bring vaccinated dogs! Dog parks are the perfect place to ...

Tagged: want to take your favorite furry companion to the dog park while animals have their own social rules, their human friends can make sure that visits to the dog park can be both safe and fun read our tips before you grab the leash only bring vaccinated dogs dog parks are the perfect place to spread disease and you want to protect both your pup and others , wear closetoed shoes humans can catch diseases from dogs, too leave the foodboth doggie and humanat home snacks or meals can lead to dog aggression or disease transmission make sure your dog if fully offleash before you enter the parksome dogs have leash aggression or fear know your dog skittish or aggres, resulting in a dog fight instead, consider playdates with dogs and their responsible owners you and your dog already know well pay attention to your dogdont let your animal wander on the other side of the dog park while you chat with human friends keep big dogs from bullying smaller d, address the issue immediately some people might not know what to do, get embarrassed, or laugh it off own the situation, and accept the fact your dog might be the aggressor some dog parks do not allow children, and for good reason dog parks exist first for dogs, and not all dogs are great around kids also, dog parks are not the place to go if you are trying to help your child lose a fear of dogs if the dog park is gated, open only one gate at a time dogs who arent fixed make puppies remember that follow all posted rules a little human etiquette on behalf of their doggie friends goes a long way


Perfectly Polished in a Year

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As the school year winds down, so does another year of Perfectly Polished – the business we have loved and nurtured since 1986. It’s the perfect time to reflect on some of our favorite memories of the 2012-2013 school year. In no particular order: Working with the Ron Clark Academy My...

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