Children polish their manners in memory care community class


Last updated 9/28/2018 at 1:10am

Shane Gibson

Children of staff members at the Vineyard Place memory care facility in Murrieta learn proper table manners and etiquette during an exclusive class, Sept. 22.

MURRIETA – Children ranging in age from elementary school students to teens learned which fork to use when eating a salad, the polite way to butter bread and whether it's courteous to put one's elbows on the dining table when they took an etiquette class Saturday, Sept. 22, at Vineyard Place, a memory care community at 24325 Washington Ave., in Murrieta.

The class was led by Angela Sturdivant, owner of Everyday Etiquette, a contemporary manners and protocol teaching organization. The youngsters who took part are the children of Vineyard Place staff. Sturdivant, the daughter of a community resident, is holding the session to thank them for their work.

 Vineyard Place is operated by Anthem Memory Care.

Submitted by Anthem Memory Care.

Shane Gibson

Angela Sturdivant of Everyday Etiquette, teaches children of staff members at Vineyard Place memory care facility in Murrieta proper table manners and etiquette, Sept. 22.


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