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3-day self-defense session slated in Angola

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department will host a three-night self-defense class for women next month.

Sheriff’s department officers will teach the Rape Aggression Defense course, which includes a short lecture, two nights of practicing techniques and one night dedicated to a simulation.

The class will be at Hendry Park Elementary School in Angola from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 11 to 13. All women are welcome. They can also bring their daughters, ages 12 and older. The class requires a $20 deposit that will be returned on the third night.

Anyone who has questions or wants to register should contact detective 1st Sgt. Shari Dean at 668-1000, ext. 5130, or sdean@co.steuben.in.us.

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