The Trotwood Branch of the Dayton Metro Library is offering a free Women's Self-Defense Awareness Class on Monday, March 16, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Community Engagement Officer Chris Pawelski of the Dayton Police Department will conduct the session, which will help participants become more emotionally and physically prepared in the event of an attack. The session was coordinated through United Against Violence of Greater Dayton, a collaboration of organizations dedicated to reducing violent crimes and creating a safer community.
The session is for women only, ages 17 and up. While it is free, advance registration is required by calling the Trotwood Branch at 937-496-8958. The Library is located at 651 E. Main Street in Trotwood.