July 21, 2014
The Women's Defense League of New Hampshire is pleased to announce their launch in the Granite State. The League provides women opportunities to learn practical self-defense skills and defends Second Amendment rights.
The League was created by the former leadership of the Second Amendment Sisters - NH Chapter. The founders of the Women's Defense League are Margot Keyes, Susan Olsen, Kate Muller, Melissa Creem, Michelle Levell, Kimberly Morin, Alicia Lekas, Tiffany Bowers, Debra Grumbach, Malissa Day, Melissa Sargent, Lisa Sleeper, Lucinda Boutin, Iris Altilio, Donna Schmidt, Sandra Williams, Robin Navarro, and Margot Ashcraft.
The Board of Directors includes Susan Olsen-Chairwoman, Margot Keyes-President, Michelle Levell-Vice President, Debra Grumbach-Treasurer, and Iris Altilio-Secretary.
President Margot Keyes, said, "We created the Women's Defense League of New Hampshire to better serve the women in our New Hampshire Second Amendment community. We are very excited to continue the same activities that we've supported in the past, and to grow and enhance services to our membership."
The League's website is www.womensdefenseleaguenh.com. They may also be found on Facebook at Womens Defense League of NH and Twitter @WDLNH.