Ontario resident Carolyn Cestnick, a mother of three, recently presented Prince Edward with a copy of Judi The Manners Lady's It's Fun To Have Good Manners CD made by Langley's own Judi Vankevich. Cestnick, a TWU grad, wanted the Royal family member to have a uniquely Canadian souvenir. She presented it during the 150th anniversary of the Trooping of the Colours for the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry Wentworth Regiment at the Canadian Warplane Museum Sept. 15. Given she's a fan of the Langley-based Manners Club and the influence on her kids, she suggested the Prince (youngest son of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip) give it to his kids, ages seven and nine. He replied: "Thank you. I sure look forward to hearing it." Vankevich was over the moon. "I was so excited," Vankevich said. "Cool, eh? Especially after we had just helped train British educators to help young people learn multicultural hospitality and manners as they welcomed the world for the 2012 Olympics this past summer."
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