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With beautiful weather and surroundings, the second leg of Summer Etiquette and Golf Camp imparted personalized manners and etiquette training as well introduce the game of golf to young people. At Rouge Park Golf Course, campers learned and practiced social graces which included Everyday Etiquette, Getting Along w/Siblings, Introductions and Handshakes, Dining and Table Manners, Invitations and Thank you Notes, Conversational and Listening Skills.
While on the golf course, we learned Golf Fundamentals (Rules, Etiquette and Scoring) discussed challenges Golf Course designers Joseph Bartholomew and William Powell faced, the PGA, LPGA, USGA and various works of Rogers and Hammerstein.
Camp Song: Do Re Mi
Camp Beverage: Arnold Palmer
DO NOT hug, shake hands, or high five as these actions can transmit the virus from person-to-person;
MAINTAIN A DISTANCE of approximately six feet from others when possible;
AVOID mass gatherings and congregate settings where close contact with others may occur;
WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN using soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds;
COVER YOUR COUGHS AND SNEEZES with the crook of your elbow; and
STAY AT HOME and away from others if you’re ill.
In this time of great concern for public health and limiting the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s extremely important to employ best practices for Social Distancing (which is physically distancing ourselves 6 feet from each other-whenever possible) and limiting social interactions outside of the home. This may feel awkward and impolite, but it is necessary.
Social Distancing is the new Respect, Consideration and Honesty about doing your part, stopping the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and keeping us all safe. These are the new manners. Safety comes before traditional etiquette.
Here are some Respectful,
Considerate and Honest Social Distancing greetings and responses that will make things a little less awkward when dealing with others:
When someone wants a or
“I’ll practice social distancing but I’m so
happy to see you!”
When someone wants to
shake your hand:
“I’m avoiding contact, but it’s such a
pleasure to meet you!”
When someone refuses
to practice Social Distancing:
“I understand you’re not worried, but since I
am, I’m going to ask to call in/do this over the phone/schedule a video call. I
can’t wait to get together once things are safe again.”
When someone wants to
“Happy to go for a walk as long as we stay 6 feet
Simply defined, etiquette
is a code of behavior and the rules, not to practice Social Distancing is the new rude and dangerous. How
we now behave and interact and what is deemed “polite” or “acceptable” behavior
has changed during this time and so must we.
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