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Free Seminars at Black Belt Academy

 

PATERSON, NJ – The Elite Black Belt Academy on East Railway Avenue announced that it has made arrangements with the Passaic County Sheriff’s Department to offer free seminars. The one entitled Computer Cop is scheduled for Sept. 5, while the dates for the others - Gang Awareness and Anti-Bullying – have yet to be set.

“Our goal is to create a safety center, training and awareness to the public to serve and help develop leaders in life for life,’’ said the academy’s master, Tarek Alnatur.

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The academy also offers its paid members classes for youth in Character Development, Stranger Danger and Bully Buster Programs. Moreover, the academy is launching a new character development program called “Powerful Words Character Development!” for children ages 3-14.

“This full education process provides purpose to what we do as teachers—it gives our students something for which to strive, the strength to explore, and a foundation on which to succeed.  We feel that by providing several facets to learning, both physical and mental, we can ultimately help our students to grow in a variety of positive ways,” says Dr. Robyn J.A. Silverman, creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System.

For more information on Elite Black Belt Academy please call 973-653-9974, visit online at www.EliteBBA.com or drop by the facility at 347 East Railway Ave. Paterson, NJ 07503.

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