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A small group of women who attended a self-defense class at the extension office Tuesday night may not have come away with a black belt in martial arts, but they may have learned something that could save their lives in the future, organizers of the class said.
“It was a really hands-on class, and I feel sure that everyone who was there walked away feeling more confident about their self-protection,” said Elizabeth Pulliam, executive director of Shelby Prevention.
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