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Etiquette Lady

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All about having good manners

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Pet Peeves- Let us know what peeves you. Go ahead and get it off your chest before the new weeks begins. Our special co-host is Andrea DeJesus.

The Personality of Roadside Litter- Part Two We will continue our thought-provoking discussion with Ken Corley about this selfish act.

We've enjoyed an extended vacation, we missed you but we are back! It's time to catch up. Our special guest Ken Corley will join us as we discuss a unique type of politeness.

Prom Etiquette- It's that time of the year when teens all over the country are preparing to attend their prom. We will discuss prom tips for teens and parents.

Our special guest is Glenda Horton Manning, CEO of Touch Inc., and she will explain why social graces are so important and needed in our world today. Mrs Manning is a nationally sought after speaker, trainer and author.

Happy Women's History Month! Our special guest is Bonita Johnson, President and CEO of Enchanted Closet, Inc. She will speak with us about her organization and how it is impacting the lives of so many girls.

Is one of your goals to improve your health? Let's discuss how to do that beginning with how to be "kind to your heart." Dr. Tinisha Ransome, MD joins us. This is a pre-recorded show so please hold all phone calls and enjoy the show.

What are your resolutions and goals? Our special guest is Dee Swope, retired nurse and former health club owner. This is a pre-recorded show so please hold all phone calls and enjoy the show.

Back by popular demand. We discuss proper etiquette when it comes to interacting with individuals who have special challenges. Our panel of experts include: Lin Petkovich, Just Like Home, LLC in Ohio Sandee Winkelman,... more

Black History Celebration continues. Part Two- On last week's Act of Kindness show Ken Corley was searching for the first African American to integrate his high school in the 60's. We found Dr. Myra Carter Warner and we will salute her. This... more

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