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Student Intern Organizes Self-Defense Workshop at Brown Library

Women from the campus community are welcome to attend a free self-defense workshop, part of a Penn College student’s internship at the James V. Brown Library, to be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Aug. 15-16 in the library’s Lowry Theatre. The event was organized by Bethany M. Reppert, an applied human services major from Pottsville, whose internship capstone involves presenting a program for adults. Reppert partnered with the Golden Dragon Training Center for the two-part presentation, which is divided into a Thursday class on safety tips and a Friday demonstration of self-defense techniques. Interested participants can register and learn more through the library website.

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