(PRWEB) September 06, 2012
On September 15, 2012, from 10am to 1pm, Full Circle Martial Arts Academy, along with the Women's Personal Safety Network, will host a Women's Self-Defense/Awareness Seminar to assist the Stanley family with their financial obligation and to help raise awareness about teen violence in this country.
The event will be held at Flowers High School, 10001 Ardwick Ardmore Road, Spring Dale, Maryland, where Amber was a senior and student of the Science and Technology Program.
This life-saving seminar will cover:
According to the news report, on August 22nd, while asleep in her home in Kettering, Maryland, a gunman kicked in Amber's front door and shot her in the head - killing her instantly. To date, there are no known suspects.
Master Samuel Scott has been working closely with Amber's father, Anthony Stanley, to help raise awareness about teen violence in this country. Mr. Stanley states; "I hope young people learn from our tragedy. No parent should have to bury their child."
For those who would like to donate to the Amber Stanley Fund, you can do so at: http://www.inmemoryofamber.com. The donation to participate in the Women's Safety Seminar is only $20. If you're out of state, you can view this event live on our online webshow at 10am by going to: http://www.fcmartialarts.tv. A $10 donation is required prior to viewing. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Amber Stanley fund.
The address to Flowers High School is 10001 Ardwick Ardmore Road, Spring Dale, Maryland.
We have contacted a number of guest speakers, including the County Executive's office and the Prince Georges County Police Chief. To register online for this life-saving event, go to: http://www.inmemoryofamberstanley.eventbrite.com.
Master Samuel Scott has been on the front lines for the last 20 years addressing violence against women in this country. He, along with his team, are on an unstoppable mission to help raise awareness of the dangers our teen girls face on a daily basis. He has committed to hosting a number of free women's safety events locally and nationally to help put an end to this vicious cycle of violence against women.
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Johanna Williams at: 301-808-3578.