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Old 06-01-2001, 11:18 AM   #1
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Question Who's Summer Camp used to be at Colorado State U.?

I'm just curious about this. Back in the early-80s when I lived in Ft. Collins, CO, some aikido organization held its Summer Camp at Colorado State University. I figure it was either the Rocky Mountain Ki Society (under Kashiwaya Sensei) or Boulder Aikikai (under Ikeda Sensei), but I can't remember which. The reason I ask is that seeing these aikidoka strolling across the campus in their hakama was my first encounter with aikido. I was telling someone about it the other day and they asked if I knew who they were. It struck me then that I couldn't remember. If anyone can help me solve this puzzle, I'd appreciate it. Any comments Jun? Do you know or does someone from your dojo remember?

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