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From Sensei Ron about the bowling party recently held on Friday, Dec 6:
We had 81 people attend – this was our smallest attendance but everyone who made it had a great time. The pizza was great again and the contribution of dainties is always appreciated as much by the kids as the adults.
If you ask me who won the bowling I would say – “Charleswood Karate did, as I saw many smiling faces and it warmed me on that cold night!”
Sensei & instructors that were there – Ron, Ryan, Phil Hay, Scott & Claire.
It was nice to see so many families and families where most of them do karate.
We almost broke even. Thanks to those that helped out with the silent auction. There were 16 prizes drawn for.
Many thanks to the people who donated: Karl Roberts, Derek Taplin, Otto Cheng, Bonnie Tuerlings and of course Sensei. (I hope I didn’t miss anyone with the donation list)
A special thank you to Marlo and Bonnie for selling the silent auction tickets.
Thanks also to Claire and Debbie Porath for all the extra help they provided.
Here are some of the best pictures from the night. If you’ve got some to share, please do!
Charleswood Karate is one of the few karate clubs that continues training right through the holiday season.
The training schedule changes a little bit from Monday, December 16 through to January 1, 2014.
Regular training resumes on Thursday, January 2, 2014.
In short, it’s:
No classes on Dec 24, 26 or 31.
Wednesday noon classes go until December 18 and then resume on January 8, 2014
Monday 9:30a classes go until December 16 and then resume on January 6, 2014
Charleswood Karate is participating in a Food Drive coordinated by the Red Cross for Typhoon Haiyan victims, and needs your support!
There are boxes at dojo just waiting for your donation of a non-perishable food item (ie: something that won’t go bad while it’s being shipped – canned goods, dried foods, etc). Please help if you can.
Sensei Ron suggests that with a club our size, if each student brought one can or container of food, we’d be able to give a nice donation that he would be proud of!
The food donations are being picked up on FRIDAY, so please be sure to bring your donation in for Thursday’s classes.
Sensei Ron, the Red Cross, and those whose lives have been severely changed by Typhoon Haiyan thank you!
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