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Child Abuse Prevention Free Lecture

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April is child abuse prevention month. Learn how to keep your kids safe at this free lecture at the YMCA of Montclair's Geyer Family Branch. Credits: YMCA of Montclair
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Parents in the community are invited to attend a free lecture by Susan Morton, the VP of Operations at the Westfield Area Y and a trainer for a leading child abuse prevention program. Susan will speak about what parents can do to protect their children from abuse as well as warning signs of abuse. Free nursery services will be
available to parents during the lecture for children ages 6 months-12 years.

DATE APRIL 17
TIME 7PM-8PM
WHERE Geyer Family Branch, YMCA OF MONTCLAIR, 159 Glenridge Ave., Montclair
FREE Open to the community
RSVP Lisa Aulisi at laulisi@montclairymca.org or (973) 415-6134.

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