Judi The Manners Lady Toronto Concert Tour – July 1 – 10 2012
For tour info call 1 866 Ask Judi
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school or church to be part of the tour, call 1 866 Ask Judi
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Become a Manners Club Coach!
You are invited to join the growing team of Manners Club Coaches around the world. Train to become a certified Manners Club & Life Skills Coach for Kids & Teens.
Train to teach The Manners Club in your home, school, church, homeschool groups or community!
As a Manners Club Coach, you will be inspiring and equipping the next generation of leaders to live with character, integrity and respect. You will be helping to fight crime, bullying and gangs, in a positive, proactive way, by equipping our young people to have the attitude and skills to make wise decisions in life.
Be part of the dynamic team of Manners Club Coaches that is strengthening families and communities and changing the world!
For more information about upcoming Manners Club Coaches training, call: 1-866-ASK-JUDI
Judi The Manners Lady, CEO and President of the Manners Club & Life Skills Int’l, is an award-winning, international speaker, singer, author, mother, and mentor to thousands of children and high school students, as through her exciting music, live concerts and leadership seminars, she is inspiring and equipping the next generation to live with character, integrity and respect!
Her Manners Club Character Program is transforming the behavior and attitudes of children around the world. School principals are seeing less bullying and happier children in the playground and more respectful children in the classrooms. Parents are delighted when their children obey “right away without delay” and with “happy eyes!” “It’s the message and the music that makes the difference!” say parents! “My kids love the music and remember what they hear! They love to sing along with Judi!”
Judi’s non profit organization, “The International Project for Manners & Civility” launched “National Manners Month” in October to help families, schools, athletic teams and churches and religious and service organizations focus on character and respect as a way of promoting civility and fighting crime.
Say “Yes” to respect and “No!” to bullying!
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