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Old 04-30-2002, 08:18 PM   #1
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Tomiki Aikido 2002 Mile High Games

The JAA/USA is pleased to announce that the 2002 Friendship Games will be held in Denver, Colorado, USA from June 20-22nd. All students of Tomiki Aikido; in fact, all students and friends of Aikido, are invited to attend.

The Tomiki Aikido 2002 Mile High Games will be hosted by Sensei Seiji Tanaka, the Denver Buddhist Temple, and the associated Colorado dojos. In addition to a seminar conducted by Tanaka Sensei (7th dan) and other top instructors of the JAA/USA, we have the unique opportunity to participate in seminars with top-level insturctors Hiroshi Ikeda (7th dan, Boulder Aikikai), Kei Izawa (5th dan Shidoin, Aikikai Tanshinjuku), and Toby Threadgill (Shindo Yoshin ryu, Menkyo Kaiden). Further, there will be plenty of other events to keep all participants active.

For further information, please go to www.tomiki.org (the JAA/USA website). Complete details are found on the site.

Peter Rehse Shodokan Aikido
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