Etiquette and good manners is all about kindness, consideration and truthfulness. This camp will celebrate young girls and all that they can be. We will try to speak to their imagination and teach them the importance of friends and family. We will use Role Play and other fun activities to entertain, educate and inspire them. The Etiquette section will include: Memory Work; a written invitation; making proper introductions; using proper telephone etiquette. We will learn to make an appointment, make purchases and just ask questions. We will set a proper table, drink hot tea from a teacup and eat hot soup with a spoon. Finally, we will help set up a proper Tea Table for our Graduation Tea. During this week of camp we will enjoy our dolls and even choose our own Doll of the Year. As we study good character traits, we will try to spark their imagination and teach them the importance of family and friends as we name and develop our very own Doll of the Year, we will write a short book about her. Together we will tell of her character traits and her favorite activities. We will also develop a family for her and make her come alive. Swimming, outdoor ball activities, movies about other American Dolls and Croquet may even appear on the lawn. Every day will be full of fun! Kay Walsh grew up in southern Virginia, a daughter of a small town Mayor. She was introduced to the importance of manners, courtesy and respect at a very early age. She is a graduate of Radford University and taught elementary school for over 20 years. The mother of three daughters and nine granddaughters, Ms. Kay never stopped playing with dolls and using them to teach.