Black Belts and Master Instructors Paul Kilduff and Paul Domen, from Golden Rule Karate and Fitness, will demonstrate basic self-defense moves and help participants learn to improve their safety by assessing their surroundings and identifying targets and ordinary objects that can be used as weapons. Somerset County Freeholder Robert Zaborowski, human services liaison invites residents to the self-defense program that will be held at the Warrenbrook Senior Center, located on the golf course at 500 Warrenville Road, NJ on May 19th.

Contact the senior center by 10 a.m., at least one business day in advance, to make a lunch reservation. A suggested lunch donation of $2 is recommended for individuals age 60 and above. The cost of lunch for those under age 60 is $6.75. One of seven centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services, Warrenbrook is a multipurpose facility that offers a variety of educational, recreational and entertaining activities for active older adults, including wellness programs and health screenings. The center is accessible to individuals with disabilities.

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