The 73rd Holly Balls for Junior Assembly Cotillion were held Dec. 1-3, 2017, at The Woman's Club. Mothers and fathers attended to enjoy the festivities and dance with their son or daughter.
Liz Williams and Katherine Byer, the Co-Founders of Junior Assembly Cotillion, are excited to celebrate JAC’s 70th Year. Junior Assembly Cotillion offers a fun, social, and safe community where sixth through ninth graders can learn how to handle themselves in social situations.
The Junior Assembly Cotillion, founded in 1920, is in its 70th season of teaching Richmond-area youth how to dance everything from the jitterbug to the tango with grace and etiquette.
Social graces—and the confidence that comes with them—are instilled in hundreds of Richmond-area 6th through 9th graders each weekend during the season of the Junior Assembly Cotillion, the oldest organization of its kind in the state, where children gather to learn dancing, etiquette and more. The cotillion will wrap its 70th season this year, culminating in the annual Cupid’s Ball Feb. 8.