Seniors class next Thursday 27th October at Nathan dojo
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1. The transformation of Egbert
Our roving reporter Mike found this great children’s book titled:
The Transformation of Egbert :
AIKIDO AND THE POWER OF HARMONY IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF EGBERT An Aikido Story for Children, By Richard Moon, Drawings by Chas Fleischman
Read The Transformation of Egbert
This is a book from The Power of Harmony Series. We wish to thank copyright- owner, The Listening Institute for making this contribution to the art of Aikido and for allowing free reproduction of this text as open source material.
© The Listening Institute. www.extraordinarylistening.com
2. Don’t forget our Christmas dinner November 26th
Just a reminder about our combined Nathan – Everton Hills dojo adults Christmas Party!! November 26th is our next Nathan grading day. The post-grading lunch usually held at the Dojo will be delayed until 6pm that evening for a Christmas dinner.
Date: November 26th at 6pm
Venue: Broncos Leagues Club is located just 8 minutes from Brisbane City at:
Fulcher Road, Red Hill Queensland 4059. Free parking is available.
Cost: $27.50 per person for buffet dinner
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of October so that our booking can be confirmed.
3. John Birmingham – a real life aikido story
Here is something a little different. It is a wonderful story told by John Birmingham. Roving reporter Mike is on fire this week. We hope you enjoy it.
4. Interested in a 2-hour STREET-WISE Self Protection course?
Everyone welcome! No previous martial arts experience required. This 2-hour session is a must for every female! Learn how to protect yourself – not how to fight!
Register your interest now on email@example.com
Time: 6.45-8.45pm Thursday evening 17th November 2011
Venue: Griffith Aikido Nathan dojo
Check out location at: http://www.griffithaikido.com.au/locations/
5. Thought for the week
“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” Mother Teresa