Policeman, Tae Kwon Do instructor demonstrate how people can stay safe
By Lisa King
Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Visitors to the Shelby County Public Library on a recent Thursday evening would have been very surprised upon nearing its Hudson Room.
The silence that they usually would expect to find had been replaced that night by a cacophony, complete with yelling and loud exclamations.
And that was OK.
A martial arts demonstration claimed the attention of several dozen people who had come hoping to learn how to defend themselves from physical attack.
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