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Self-Defense Class in Tunbridge

Orange County Deputy Sheriff Dan Bohnyak demonstrates a knee strike with student Branda Field as Kay Jorgensen, left, and Ellen Hosford, right, look on during a self-defense and situational awareness class at the Tunbridge Town Hall on April 20. The informal Tunbridge women’s group decided to hold the class after a rash of burglaries in the White River Valley last year started a dialogue about how to stay safe. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

Orange County Deputy Sheriff Dan Bohnyak demonstrates a knee strike with student Branda Field as Kay Jorgensen, left, and Ellen Hosford, right, look on during a self-defense and situational awareness class at the Tunbridge Town Hall on April 20. The informal Tunbridge women’s group decided to hold the class after a rash of burglaries in the White River Valley last year started a dialogue about how to stay safe. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

Orange County Deputy Sheriff Dan Bohnyak demonstrates a knee strike with student Branda Field as Kay Jorgensen, left, and Ellen Hosford, right, look on during a self-defense and situational awareness class at the Tunbridge Town Hall on April 20. The informal Tunbridge women’s group decided to hold the class after a rash of burglaries in the White River Valley last year started a dialogue about how to stay safe.

Valley News — James M. Patterson