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Self-defense program for seniors

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The Police Department is holding a four-session self-defense program for seniors next month. The program is designed to educate senior residents about criminal activity, both violent and nonviolent, often aimed at seniors, and how they can avoid and respond to such attacks. The four hourlong classes will be held Wednesdays at 10 a.m. starting April 3 at the senior center on Medway Branch Road; participants will need to attend all four sessions. For more information, call the Police Department at 508-528-3206.

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