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Jon D. Williams Cotillions is offering its first course in Madison in 2019 at Madison Square Center for the Arts, 2103 Main St. Students shown here are from Madison-RIdgeland Academy, with their parents, at the parents party at the 2018 winter session, from left, Grace and Parks Fuller, Missy and Harper Kinkade, Mathew and Chasity McQueen, Lauren and Hamp Laws and Michelle and Win Crews.
Jon D. Williams Cotillions is offering its first course in Madison in 2019 at Madison Square Center for the Arts, 2103 Main St. Students shown here are from Madison-RIdgeland Academy, with their parents, at the parents party at the 2018 winter session, from left, Grace and Parks Fuller, Missy and Harper Kinkade, Mathew and Chasity McQueen, Lauren and Hamp Laws and Michelle and Win Crews.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 12:00 PM
Ten-year-olds will dance the foxtrot one week and the waltz another, but the skills they learn in the Jon D. Williams Cotillions classes in Madison this winter go beyond the dance floor. 
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