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American Legion Auxiliary Women's Safety Class??What would you do if you were faced with a violent confrontation?

March 30, 2018
Pine Island Eagle

For the second year, the American Legion Auxiliary is offering a "free" Women's Safety Class on Tuesday, April 3, from 1-5 p.m.

Find out different ways to make your location less of a target and learn how to use everyday items for self defense. Learn current online safety strategies that help protect privacy and hidden online dangers and how to avoid them. Personal traveling safety from driving home after work to international travel. Lower risk while dating or in other social situations

Agenda is as follows:

Definitions and the Law, Understanding Risks in Today's World

Home, Car, Public Transportation, Travel Internet and Socializing

Common Sense Demonstrations of Women's Defense & Fighting

Joanne Correia is the founder of Common Sense Safety Classes and a globally recognized speaker for more than 30 years. As a 2nd Degree Black Belt and one of the leading instructors for the National Academy of Self Defense, Joanne enjoys her time teaching RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) Systems training programs in Basic, Advanced, Weapons and Keychain Defense.

For more than a decade, Correia has run women, senior and children's safety programs and taught American Red Cross First Aid and AED/CPR. She is a retired vice president at Gartner Inc., a leading research firm in the technology industry. She is a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Matlacha Hookers. She loves to ride motorcycles, relax on her boat and hang with her husband, dogs and friends on Pine Island in Florida and New England.



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