Carolina Junior Cotillions

Parent Committee – Kinston Chapter

Each year there are a group of parents from surrounding schools that agree to serve on our Parent Committee for Cotillion.   They reach out into the community and communicate the values of the Cotillion experience, with the goal of recruiting students to enroll.

Carolina Junior Cotillions prides itself if offering their programs to any and all interested students. No one is ever turned away due to extenuating circumstances or finances.

Additionally, some of our current Parent Committee members were previous students of our program.  Such fun to watch another generation continue the legacy of Carolina Junior Cotillions!

2019-2020 Parent Committee

Melissa Barrow Phyliss Outlaw
Latoya Betton Jill Price
Jenny Daughety Bobbie Lou Price
Staci Garner Ashlyn Pridgen
Sara Golden Janis Skocyzlas
Amanda Johnson Lindsey Stapleford
Misty Lahiff Shelia Sutton
Megan Lawson Lisa Sylvia
Beth Loftin Rosalyn Yarus
Jessica Murphy

 

 

 

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    “Mrs. Cherry, I hope this e-mail finds you well! I just wanted to tell you thank you for helping shape me into the person I am today through Cotillion. For eight years, I was involved in Cotillion and I loved every single minute of it. I recall memories of my days on that dance floor from time to time. As a college student, I am put in situations where those skills I learned through Cotillion have been a tremendous help and have even saved me from embarrassing moments at times. A few weeks ago, I attended a reception for a leadership program that I am participating in. When I arrived, we were told to write our names on name tags and then mingle with everyone there. Senators, Business Representatives, and NCSU Faculty were all in attendance. When I went to put the name tag on, I immediately placed it on my right side. I then started looking around and noticed that everyone else was divided when it came to placing their name tags. I think it was one of those situations where whoever got their name tag first placed it on the left side and then everyone followed behind. I know this is a simple example but I immediately thought of you and Cotillion. The lessons and values I learned have followed me and continue to be useful years after I finished serving as a marshal. Thank you again and I hope to see you soon!”

    ~ Bradley Glover