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Old 06-11-2003, 01:19 PM   #1
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6/11/2003 1:17pm [from Ethan Monnot Weisgard]
Website: http://www.aiki-shuren-dojo.com

Dear fellow Aikidoka,

After 27 wonderful years in the Copenhagen Aikido Club, I have decided to resign
from the club and move on.

I have seen the Copenhagen Aikido Club evolve from a small group of twelve or so
people when I started, and up to the large, dynamic organization it is today. I
am proud to have been a part of the dedicated group of people who have made the
club into what it is today.

I have had a desire to establish my own dojo for a while now, and my spirit
tells me that the time is ripe for this to happen.
I have kindly been offered the possibility of having classes at a Budo dojo
called Seidokan, run by a dear friend and fellow Budoka, Peter Fogh. The
location is Valbygårdsvej 36 in Valby (Copenhagen). I will start my classes in
September 2003. I will use this location as a starting point for my endeavours
to start my own dojo.
I am very much looking forward to starting my own dojo and look forward to all
the challenges that come with this decision.

Yours in Aiki,

Ethan Monnot Weisgard

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Old 06-11-2003, 02:27 PM   #2
Greg Jennings
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Hello Weisgard Sensei,

On behalf of Capital City Aikido, I offer you our best wishes in your new dojo.

May your way be straight, your burden light and your journey enjoyable.

Best wishes again,

Greg Jennings
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