Website: New Bu Jin Design Newsletter
Posted 11/01/2000 8:34pm [from Jun Akiyama]
Bu Jin Design has just put out the November, 2000 issue of their newsletter. Good articles, as always.
Seminar/Event: Ontario Aikido Seminar
Posted 11/07/2000 10:01am [from Stephen Garstin]
Golden Triangle Aikido will be hosting Pat Hendricks Sensei, 6th Dan as she participates in a seminar in Kitchener and Toronto, Ontario, Canada, January 19th through 21st.
For further information, call (519) 576-7981 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar/Event: Patrick Cassidy Seminar
Posted 11/09/2000 2:19pm [from Mary Tesoro]
Patrick Cassidy Sensei (5th dan, Aikido of Fresno) will be at Aikido of San Luis Obispo on Jan 6th, 2001 from 10am - 4pm.
George Simcox Sensei Passes Away
Posted 11/13/2000 12:52am [from Jun Akiyama]
George Simcox sensei (6th dan, Virginia Ki Society) passed away on Friday, 10. November, 2000. He was one of the treasures of the Aikido-L mailing list. I've learned a lot from knowing him over the past several years, and I'll miss him greatly. My condolensces to his family, friends, students, and loved ones. Thank you, George sensei. News 11/13: The viewing will be at Jefferson Funeral Chapel, 5755 Castlewellan Drive, Alexandria, VA on Friday, 11/17 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm. The funeral service will be at Franconia United Methodist Church, 6037 Franconia Road, Alexandria at 2pm on Saturday then 18th. There will be a get together at the dojo at 4pm following the funeral service. Burial service will be at Arlington Cemetery on Monday the 27th (exact time to follow).
Ed Baker Sensei Passes Away
Posted 11/15/2000 9:52am [from Jun Akiyama]
Ed Baker sensei (6th dan) of Florida has passed away on November 14th, 2000 at the age of 66. He was the first American teacher to study with Mitsugi Saotome sensei. My condolensces goes out to his family, friends, students, and loved ones.
AikiWeb News: New Article: Why I Practice
Posted 11/20/2000 5:17pm [from Jun Akiyama]
I have a new article entitled "Why I Train" by Eve Peters-Campbell. Eve writes about her observations on why she trains. I think we've all felt it in one way or another...