Ages 12 and up (for females only) FREE program This program represents a living legacy in honor of Ali Kemp. Ali, a 19-year-old Leawood resident, was murdered while working at an area residential pool in 2002. The goal of this program is to raise awareness and give women the self-protection skills needed to avoid becoming the victim of a violent crime. Participants learn basic techniques for thwarting an attack which could save their lives. This free program is being presented by the Ali Kemp Educational Foundation (T.A.K.E. Foundation) in cooperation with the Johnson County Park and Recreation District, City of Leawood Parks and Recreation and the Blue Valley Recreation Commission. Pre-registration is required. For females. T.A.K.E. Seminars are funded by the Ali Kemp Foundation which is supported by donations. In order to continue to offer these educational self-defense seminars, a donation is appreciated. The suggested amount is $12. To learn more, visit the T.A.K.E. Foundation website by clicking here > T.A.K.E. Foundation.