Junior Cotillion hosts dinner, masquerade ball

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By The Staff

More than 50 members of the Lawrenceburg Junior Cotillion and their guests recently attended a dinner event focused on basic table manners and masquerade ball, according to a news release.
The dinner was followed by a masquerade ball where party goers were encouraged to wear a fun, creative masquerade mask that matched their individual personality and style, event organizers said in the release. The event was hosted by the cotillion organization and held at Anderson County Middle School.
George Geoghegan and Margaret Watts led the session on dining etiquette. Throughout the three-course meal, Geoghegan and Watts visited tables to answer questions, observe and provide examples of the respectful way to act when one is seated at a table.
A murder mystery play, complete with character suspects, was also performed during the dance by some of the high school drama students and cotillion assistants.
This was the inaugural year for the cotillion, and new membership registration for the upcoming year will take place early winter 2014.