Women’s assault prevention, defense training offered April 9 and April 22

Former Navy Seal  Al Horner and instructor Karla Rapp demonstrate to young women and mothers at Minnetonka High School on what to do if you are attacked at gunpoint at the July 22 course. (Sun Sailor photos by Paige Kieffer)
Former Navy Seal Al Horner and instructor Karla Rapp demonstrate to young women and mothers at Minnetonka High School on what to do if you are attacked at gunpoint at the July 22 course. (Sun Sailor photos by Paige Kieffer)

Minnetonka High School will host the female assault prevention and defense training class “Not Me!” 1-4 p.m. Sunday, April 9 and Saturday, April 22. The cost is $10.

One in four women will face a sexual assault in their lifetime, usually before the age of 24.
Minnetonka High School and Tonka CARES seeks to prepare young women for the sometimes dangerous realities of life.

The class taught by former Navy Seal, Al Horner, and Karla Rapp. The session will provide information and tools to avoid potentially dangerous situations.

This is an intense class, with real-world language and situations, and is highly regarded by companies and schools across Minnesota and the United States.
For more information, visit notmetraining.com.