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United Studios of Self Defense Sensei, Mo Baernstein (right) tests 3-year-old Landon Sorto’s block strength to teach children about self defense, ‘stranger danger’ and bully prevention.
United Studios of Self Defense Sensei, Mo Baernstein (right) tests 3-year-old Landon Sorto’s block strength to teach children about self defense, ‘str...
The Power Rangers make their appearance at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula.
The Power Rangers make their appearance at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula.
Adam Padilla, 3, learns how to protect himself from threatening strangers at the Power Ranger charity event held at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula.
Adam Padilla, 3, learns how to protect himself from threatening strangers at the Power Ranger charity event held at United Studios of Self Defense in ...
Pink Power Ranger displayed her martial arts techniques for guests and fans at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula on Saturday, March 15, 2014.
Pink Power Ranger displayed her martial arts techniques for guests and fans at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula on Saturday, March 15, 2014.
Kyranda Shelton, 7, dressed in Power Ranger regalia, practices her block during the charity event at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula on Saturday, March 15, 2014.
Kyranda Shelton, 7, dressed in Power Ranger regalia, practices her block during the charity event at United Studios of Self Defense in Temecula on Sat...

Power Rangers teach youth self defense, bully prevention


Friday, March 21st, 2014
Issue 12, Volume 18.
Shane Gibson
Staff Photographer


The Power Rangers made an appearance at United Studios of Self Defense Dojo in Temecula to help teach children about bully prevention, self defense, and stranger danger. on Saturday,

March 15.

Organized by Sensei Jose Rodriguez, the event was also a Advertisement
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fundraiser where proceeds went to Rancho Damacitas Facility and Thessalonika Family Services charities. Families who attended the event and donated $30 to the charities, also received an individual, one month membership to the USSD Dojo in Temecula for their donation.


 

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