Due to the weather, there will be no classes Saturday, December 17.
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The tournament is Saturday, July 16th. Registration is closed on June 22nd (Next Wednesday) and the registration fees are $40 for the first event and $10 for each additional. The dojo rules are that if you compete at a tournament you must at least complete in Kata, sparring is optional. Click here for more information. See Sensei with any questions.
There will be no classes on March 1-2. Classes will resume Thursday for all age groups.
Friday, February 19 there is a fund raiser for one of our dojo parents (Chad Bautch) to raise funds for a lung transplant. There will be a dinner (free-will donation), a bake sale, and a silent auction. Events will be held at Concordia Jr/Sr. High from 6 – 9 pm. Please plan to attend and help out for this great cause.
Due to the snowstorm there will be no classes today.
Spring Tournament, Nebraska State Games, Fall Tournament
Running a dojo is something that can’t be done by one person. I can’t be here every training day, either due to business of family events. I also like to step aside to let others teach, to give the students a different instructor perspective. So, looking back, I would like to extend a special thank you to the following groups/individuals:
We have seen promotions in the following categories:
If an organization is going to survive, it has to be willing to make changes over time. The karate school that I went to as a kid would not survive in today’s world (you just can’t hit students like you use to). As such we are going to make some minor changes to our rates, our hours, and our policy.
At the beginning of every class we recite the Dojo Kun. For the rest of this month we will be working on “We Karate-ka shall seek perfection of character.” Master Funakoshi wrote “The ultimate aim of Karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the character of the participant.”