“Manners Matter”
Manners Matter

“Manners Matter”

“Manners Matter”

Table Manners for Girls & Boys

“Chew with your mouth closed! That’s a spoon, not a shovel! Put that phone down…”

Have you sworn that you will never take your child out to eat in public again?

No matter how many times you tell them, it’s still you telling them.

Give Sisterhood Seminars a try and see how quickly your child becomes the manners expert!

Seminar Information

  • Let our mobile table manners seminar come to your location for you and your friends. Our seminar includes a PowerPoint presentation on basic table manners followed by a sit-down meal to practice what was learned.

  • We provide the instruction; you provide the children, place settings, and meal.

    This 1 1/2 hour seminar is $200 for the first 10 participants, $5.00 for each additional attendee.  The cost includes a gift bag and a uniform patch for Scouts.

    Oh, and by the way, we’ll let the boys in on this class!

  • * This class is generally available Monday – Thursday and may not be available outside San Diego County.

    Contact us for more information.

“Linda’s seminar was fabulous. The girls learned so much, and Linda provided information in an entertaining and age-appropriate manner.”

Lisa F. – El Camino Creek Girl Scout Troop

“Linda did a puberty class in my home for two fifth grade Girl Scout troops. It was amazing! The girls and moms enjoyed the way Linda handled a subject matter that can be tricky for moms and daughters and made it comfortable and educational. She created a safe environment for the girls to ask questions. I feel my daughter is more confident and secure after the seminar and I would recommend it to all mom and daughters.”

Danielle J. – Troop #4136 Girl Scout Leader

“Thank you for last night’s presentation! It was everything I thought it would be, and more. I think many people can present material, but you were able to create a warm and safe environment for the girls and connect with them so that they felt comfortable discussing so many of the topics you brought to the table.”

Jennifer G. – Troop #1792 Girl Scout Leader