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Manners Matter - Youth Etiquette- K-5th Grade

Dates: November 18, 2021

Meets: Th from 3:45 PM to 5:30 PM

Registration Fee: $35.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

Etiquette is alive and well and shows people who you are! Aleta Lindell of Miss Jaspers' House presents a unique hands-on dining experience. During this five course meal, learn etiquette steps from setting a formal dining table, making polite table conversation, serving and passing dishes, and making people more important than food! Polish your table manners and practice receiving and opening gifts along with the all-important "thank you," just in time for the holidays! Develop etiquette skills for life! Grades K-5 Nov. 15th Nov. 16th Nov. 17th Nov. 18th Grades 6th-12th Nov. 21st- New date

Fee: $35.00

Aleta Lindell


Aleta (Jaspers) Lindell has a passion for helping people be their personal best. Her upbringing near Eden, SD, years as a teacher after graduating from the University of South Dakota, time as a nanny on the east coast, and study of Executive Leadership gave her experiences that lead her to the field of etiquette.

She is in her 17th year inspiring individuals in the world of leadership and social graces through Miss Jaspers' House in Sioux Falls, SD. Known for teaching fine dining classes, you will find Lindell helping youth touch up their manners, guiding high school students for formal events, and preparing adults to advance in the workplace. She is supported by grants to teach classes in area schools, offers seminars for various businesses and leadership academies, and volunteers with the elderly and Ronald McDonald House Charities. While Lindell spends much of her time being a support to others, she is never far from her own two daughters. Aleta is grateful for her husband Mark, who encourages her to be who God made her to be.

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