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Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 12:00 AM

Youth leadership class learns about professional dress, manners

Marshall County Youth Leadership students practiced their best manners during a formal lunch served at the Guntersville Museum on Wednesday.

The 36 high school juniors earlier had a fun and entertaining etiquette lesson from retired schoolteacher Mary Shurett and Albertville schoolteacher Dianna Adams.

The group also learned about how to dress professionally during a job interview. Bubba Martin, owner of Bubba’s II, and Carlie Ray, owner of Jilli’s-Byrd Boutiques, both in downtown Guntersville, presented the right outfits for young men and women to wear when entering the professional world.

After lunch and touring the Festival of Trees at the museum, students spent the afternoon learning the in’s and out’s of banking at Citizen Bank & Trust.

MCYL is a monthly leadership lesson for selected students from eight high schools in the county. The program is sponsored by Marshall Medical Centers, CB&T, Snead State Community College and the Marshall County Leadership Challenge Alumni Association.

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