National League of Junior Cotillions
Roanoke Valley Chapter
Do you believe that our society is becoming "less human" and that we are evolving into people who only know how to communicate by text or other forms of social media? Do you find that people no longer know how to behave and interact with one another? My job is to pull your child away from computer games and into a safe environment with other young people their own age. I believe that character education is of utmost importance and hope that you will consider registering your child. If you are truly in dire financial need but believe strongly in the values of the NLJC, I will work with you the best that I can. Should you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me
Our Spring Ball is Sunday, March 26 at Hunting Hills Country Club. Classes are combined and will meet from 2:00pm-4:30pm. Students are asked to dress in formal or semi-formal attire. Please consider donating dental supplies such as tooth paste, tooth brush, and/or dental floss to benefit the Bradley Free Clinic. Thank you for a wonderful cotillion season!
Susan Schlossberg is an award winning cotillion director from Lynchburg and resides in the Roanoke Valley. She enjoys teaching manners, etiquette, and social dance to young people and attempts to make this endeavor a life-long but fun passion for all.