TONIGHT: Girls Fight Back at Dinner Presentation

It's Ladies Night only at a dinner and presentation on crime prevention that will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 12 at the UC Event Pavilion. National speaker and self defense instructor Erin Weed will hold a lecture and workshop as part of the Safe Spring Break programming sponsored by the UC Wellness Center. The dinner and lecture are free and open to all female members of the UC community.

Erin Weed is the founder of the organization Girls Fight Back, which works to give women the intuition, motivation and skills to protect themselves against crime. Weed, a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, founded the program after a sorority sister was attacked and murdered in her own apartment.

Kirsten Lupinski, director of the UC Wellness Center, says the program has a strong emphasis on prevention and intuition and concentrates on the value of being strong in mind, body and spirit.

For more information on the dinner and program, contact the UC Wellness Center at (513) 556-6124.

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