The Miss Macon Organization held a Tea Party and Manners Class at the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame for girls ages five to 12.
15 little girls attended the etiquette class taught by Miss Georgia, Leighton Jordan.
Jordan spoke to the girls about the importance of using basic etiquette skills like table manners and how to meet and greet people with respect.
"I want them to walk away with the feeling of joy, happiness, inspiration, and to not remember Miss Georgia for the crown or the sash, but to remember me for how I made them feel, and I hope that's a positive feeling," Jordan said.
Michelle Smith brought her 5-year-old daughter to the class. Smith says she hopes her little girl learn a lot.
"All children need to know etiquette, whether it is basics or the extreme cotillion, but this is just a good basis for her because she can use etiquette at home, in a restaurant, at school whatever she does, etiquette is important," Smith said.
The girls received a princess crown, a sash, and a certificate for their participation.
All proceeds from the party goes to benefit the Miss Macon Scholarship fund.