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ONE-TWO APPROACH: Defense tactics taught at luncheon

August 9, 2014

Cleveland Inge and Lynnea Numbers, of Red Eye Self Defense from Fort Wayne, were present at the Giving Circle’s annual luncheon. The pair taught overall personal safety as well as basic self-defense tactics in order to defend an attacker. Pictured are Inge and Numbers demonstrating two defensive moves.

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s Giving Circle for Women’s Health held its annual luncheon Thursday.

The event featured a tutorial on personal safety and self defense. Cleveland Inge and Lynnea Numbers, of Red Eye Self Defense from Fort Wayne, were present to teach women some basic tips to help keep them safe.

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