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Old 03-14-2006, 04:19 PM   #1
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Midwest Aikido Federation Summer Camp in WI, 7/17-7/24

Posted 2006-03-14 13:47:56 by Peter Zalinski
News URL: http://www.aikidoharvard.org/maf_summercamp_2006.pdf

Midwest Aikido Federaton Summer Camp, June 17-24, 2006 at the University of Wisconsin - Parkside Campus (Full Week, half week, and daily mat fee options - Please Register by May 8th, 2006).

We are honored that Aikido Hombu Dojo will once again dispatch Seki Shihan (7th dan) to serve as our guest instructor. Seki Shihan was born March 6, 1950 in Yamagata prefecture (Japan). In 1973, he was admitted to the ranks of the professional teaching staff at Hombu Dojo, where his current responsibilities include teaching regular classes and classes in the Aikido Academy. He heads the Hombu Dojo Students Section and directs training at many university and company Aikido clubs. In addition, Seki Shihan has a busy international seminar schedule, directing seminars in Russia, Poland, Bali, Israel, France, and the United States. Students are amazed by the power, speed, and grace of his technique, and his patient and generous instruction. Please join us for this exceptional opportunity to train under a senior Aikikai shihan.

For more information, see <a Href = http://www.aikidomaf.org/>http://www.aikidomaf.org</a>
or contact: Naomi Wentworth, (773) 477-4055,

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