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Ken Newton and Dave Malehorn were passed to second- and third-degree black belts during the Western Tang Soo Do Federation karate tests, held on March 13 and hosted by Brian Mable and his local karate club.

The Advocate Safehouse Project is currently taking applications for its next volunteer training course, which takes place on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from April 28-May 20. The free, 30-hour training will help volunteers respond to calls on the Advocate Safehouse Projects’ 24-hour Help Line. Your understanding and support can help victims of domestic violence through a difficult time.

Classes include the following topics presented by community professionals: dynamics of domestic violence, crisis intervention, listening skills, the legal system and other community resources. The schedule also includes one full-day class, held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 15. Bi-lingual Spanish/English volunteers are needed.

For more information, call Carole at 945-2632 ext.102.

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