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Teens & The Police: What To Do, Say

Nyack, June 14 — “What to do/say if you are stopped by the police” is the title of  today’s after school program for teens at the Nyack YMCA. Ellen O’Hara Woods, Esq, who worked as a prosecutor for the Rockland County District Attorney for 12 years, will lead the discussion.

The class is the last in the series of after school workshops at the Nyack YMCA co-produced by Nyack’s Home-Based Business Group. All sessions are free and open to the public and take place between 4:30-5:30p at the Nyack YMCA.

You do not have to be a member of the YMCA to attend.

For more information on the YMCA Teen Workshops, contact Jan Cohen.

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