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Takemusa Aikido Association trains in Tahoe

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From left: Douglas Dale of North Lake Tahoe Aikido Club and Wolfdale’s Restaurant, Inagaki Sensei from Iwama Japan and Bill Witt Shihan, president of the Association.
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Over Memorial Day weekend the Takemusa Aikido Association held it’s 25th annual, three-day training Gasshuku seminar at the Rideout gymnasium in Tahoe City. This year’s guest instructor was Inagaki Sensei from Iwama Japan. The North Lake Tahoe Aikido Club hosted the event and has classes every Tuesday night, 5-7 p.m. at Fairway Community Center and Saturday morning, 8-10 a.m. on Commons Beach or at the Gatekeeper’s Museum.


 

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