I like this. I really like this. An elementary school teacher in South Carolina has started a ‘gentleman’s club’ for about 60 students at his school. Raymond Nelson gathers the kids every Wednesday and teaches them how to dress and act like gentlemen. Nelson says that he knows a lot of the boys don’t have father’s at home and he wanted to pass on the lessons that helped him grow into a good man. He also thinks that by having the boys ‘dress for success,’ that maybe they will work for success. And stay out of trouble. “When was the last time you saw someone fighting in a tuxedo?” he says. Nelson also takes donations and hands out shirts and ties to those who don’t have their own. Aside from the clothes, the kids learn how to speak with respect, shake hands and look someone in the eye. Officials from the school district say that it’s been such a success that they’d like to see it at other schools. ‘Look good, feel good, do good.’ Love it.