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Active Shooter, Drug Abuse Defense Seminar

This is a free Community Self-Defense Seminar. 

Trooper David Peters, a Pennsylvania State Police Community Services and Public Information Officer, will share some life-saving tips for how to survive an active shooter emergency. He will provide an easy-to-follow active shooter crisis plan followed by a brief question and answer session.

Ed Pane is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience in substance abuse counseling and he will share tips on how we can defend ourselves and loved ones from the dangers of drug abuse and addiction. He will also teach community members how to spot warning signs of drug use in our friends and family. 

Mountain Valley Family Martial Arts offers a unique martial arts education to children and families. The school’s curriculum focuses on teaching functional self-defense, traditional martial arts and developing integrity in its students through community service.
For more information on Mountain Valley Family Martial Arts, call Sensei Nevin Baskin at 570-454-1234 or visit

Earlier Event: October 28
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