NRA offering crime prevention seminar

LITCHFIELD- The National Rifle Association is holding a crime prevention seminar Saturday morning at the Talent Hall Recreation Center.

The “Refuse to be a victim” seminar focuses on personal safety issues involving one’s home, automobile, phone and travel, as well as personal security and common-sense prevention strategies. The seminar also includes methods to avoid dangerous situations and avoid confrontations.

The seminar costs $5 to attend and is about three to four hours long. It is open to the public. Participants must register beforehand and can do so by contacting instructor Horace Seymour at hwcmo3@hotmail .com or 817-4881.