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Old 01-04-2006, 05:18 PM   #1
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Looking for Aikido in Lower Alabama

Folks,

Does anyone know of an Aikido dojo, university club etc that is located anywhere near Ft. Rucker, Alabama??

How about in or around the Florida Keys??
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Old 01-05-2006, 01:32 AM   #2
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Re: Looking for Aikido in Lower Alabama

In the Keys, there's not much. I think there used to be Aikido on Big Pine Key (25 mi. from Key West) but I don't know if they are still there. You might try a Google search for "aikido" and "Big Pine" to see if anything turns up. There are a couple of MA schools in Key West, but don't think anybody is teaching Aikido there. Not much else until you get to Miami.

As for Alabama, I know there used to be a guy at Fort Rucker (an army doctor, I think), but that was years ago, and he's probably long gone. There are clubs at UA and AU, both too far away, I would think. So is Montgomery and the FL panhandle. Only significant city close to you is Dothan, and I think you are out of luck there. Bummer. Maybe organize your own club at the base.
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