College plans free self-defense class for women
Self defense should still be a priority for women in Montgomery County.
On that note, Lone Star College-Montgomery will host a free women's self defense workshop March 4. It is open to females ages 11 and up.
Donna Vandermolen will teach simple methods of "humane self-defense," meaning techniques that do not involve the use of a weapon.
Participants will also learn about "situational awareness," which basically means being aware of your surroundings, as I wrote about in a previous article.
Nothing new has been announced in the abduction of a young woman from Molly's Pub, nor in the case of the attempted abduction of a woman jogging on Gosling.
To view a composite sketch of the person suspected in the Dec. 24 abduction case, click here.
To view a composite sketch of the person suspected in the Jan.28 attempted abduction case, click here.
"The threat of assault for women is a constant and never-ending danger," said James Zipper, professor at LSC-Montgomery and advisor of the Second Amendment Academy.
Want to go?
What: Free women's self defense class for ages 11 and up
When: 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Thursday March 4
Where: Lone Star College-Montgomery, Building B, Room 102
For more information: 936-273-7354
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