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The Art of Martial Arts Dojo Completes a Tournament Double hitter.

The Art of Martial Arts Dojo Completes a Tournament Double hitter.
Soke Stacy Huffman - Mon Mar 05, 2007 @ 09:20PM
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  Going two tournaments on the same weekend (Saturday, Sunday) is tough.

Feeling the bumps and bruises from the earlier tournament makes everyone a bit on the grumpy side not to mention the traveling distance.

Jefferson City's Art of Martial Arts takes it in stride. Competitors from all over the state of Missouri competes at the Jefferson City's YMCA Open Karate Tournament, Saturday March 3rd.

The Art of Martial Arts of Jefferson City competes and captures over 40 trophies and takes Under Black Belt Grand Champion at the Jefferson City YMCA Open Karate Tournament

Up early the next morning, bright eyed and bushy tailed for the Sullivan's St. Jude Children's Hospital benefit Open Karate Tournament Sunday, March 4th.

The Art of Martial Arts is always more than eager to Help Children and has supported this tournament ever since it has started.

It would appear that the Jefferson City's YMCA Open Karate Tournament was a warm up.

The Kids gave nothing less than 110% and it showed in their placements at the St. Jude Children's Hospital benefit Karate Tournament.

The AMA Students once again proves that when it is put on the line, that the best is brought out in each Student. The AMA Dojo captures over 35 trophies and numerous Swords ( given to 1st place winners)

The AMA Dojo could have not done this with out the aid of Sempai Campa, who expects no less than a students best. She kept the AMA team together and focused. 

I believe a comment was made to Sempai Campa  by one of the Black Belt judges, "What are you feeding these kids, Raw Meat?" Sempai Campa replied, "The whole cow baby." The Black Belt judge stepped back, smiled and laughed. 

I can say with a certainty that we made a very positive impression with our AMA Students. We will not be soon forgotten.

To bring things to a to close, I could not be prouder of my students!  A Job well done under some tough circumstances!

 

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