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Loretta Neff’s New Book Teaches Manners, Aids Charities

By LISA NICELY — May 30, 2014 9:00AM Teaching young children proper etiquette may seem like a daunting task, but to one area graduate it’s a joy. Loretta Neff — a 1989 alumna of Defiance College, and the president of The Elegant Way School of Protocol, West Palm Beach, Fla. — has written her first educational children’s book, Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P. Safari. K.A.M.P. stands for Kids’ Animals & Manners Program as the book correlates manners with animal characteristics.

Educational Children’s Book, “Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P.™ Safari,” Receives Coveted Recognition from The Children’s Book Review and The Emily Post Institute As Library and School Participation Continues to Grow

PALM BEACH, Fla.May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Interest and participation by libraries and schools grows as author, Loretta Neff and The Elegant Way Foundation, Inc. announced that their children’s educational book, Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P.™ Safari, received a coveted literary review by The Children’s Book Review and further credibility of its message on manners with a prized testimonial from The Emily Post Institute. Since its debut in March 2014, Tame Your Manners at K.A.M.P.™ Safari continues to charm children, parents, caregivers, and teachers across the...

Elegant Way Foundation™ Collaborates with Children’s Charities to Help Bridge the Lost Social Skills Gap

PALM BEACH, Fla., April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Elegant Way Foundation™ announced today an educational collaboration to help overstretched organizations supporting underprivileged children – starting with several South Florida children’s charities, which will then expand to collaborations in Central Florida and Ohio — to bridge the gap of lost social skills and assist in underscoring the benefits of good manners and civility among children. EWF is focused on serving as an educational extension of these organizations to provide tools...

Make Teaching Manners Fun!

By Carol April 18, 2014 – Today’s Parent Make Teaching Manners Fun! For parents and caregivers with demanding schedules, finding time to teach or mentor children is increasingly difficult. While professionals are relied upon to teach academic skills, the importance of social skills is often overlooked or simply forfeited due to lack of time. Yet, learning social skills early, especially during childhood, can shape a child’s character and greatly impact his or her life. Often, though, parents don’t want to use the time...

“Tame Your Manners” for Young Readers is Released

We are predicting this will become a best seller, it is a timely and much needed message By Tim Byrd, Palm Beach – Live Work Play March 31, 2014 Loretta Neff and The Elegant Way Foundation, Inc. announced the launch of their first children’s educational book Tame Your MannersTM at K.A.M.P. Safari, created as an enhancement for parents and caregivers and fundraising tool for charities, missions, and schools. Click here to see the article ...

Author Loretta Neff And The Elegant Way Foundation Launch First Children’s Educational Book – Tame Your Manners™ At K.A.M.P. Safari

PALM BEACH, Fla., March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Loretta Neff and The Elegant Way Foundation, Inc. announced the launch of their first children’s educational book Tame Your Manners™ at K.A.M.P. Safari, created as an enhancement for parents and caregivers and fundraising tool for charities, missions, and schools. Click here to see the press release ...

Palm Beacher the Driving Force Behind Literacy Days at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

Photo Courtesy Capehart: Cynthia Sulzberger and Nancy Jones By Gregory Cox Daily News Staff Writer Elementary school students learned all about reading Monday but in a very different setting: the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. About 350 students from three Title I schools, or schools with a high percentage of children from low-income families, visited for the eighth annual Literacy Days, going from more than a dozen stations to engage with various authors, illustrators, librarians, law enforcement officials and artists. “It’s another way to get kids...