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35th Annual Super Summer Seminars

July 21, 2017, 5:00pm - July 23, 2017, 5:00pm

Super Summer Seminars camp is a fantastic weekend of martial arts training, friends, food, and fun! There’s nothing like it around. If you love martial arts, and you want to experience different styles, weapons, and techniques, SSS is for you! Held on the beautiful campus of Herkimer College in the quaint small town of Herkimer, NY, this camp will challenge, educate and inspire you. Most participants return year after year, for the top- notch training and camaraderie of the camp. And with camp registration fees between $230-$260 (depending on your room preference), it’s the best value around (the fee in- cludes 5 meals, room for 2 nights, all seminars and martial arts show). (there are day rates available for commuters) Indulge your Inner Warrior! Register now! Make the choice again or for the first time. You’ll be glad you did! (group discounts available so bring some friends)

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Please remind your students and friends to reserve their flight tickets with Mr Claude Lapointe of Marlin Travel by Friday for the Athens Greece 2018 world convention. Deposit of $105 and balance by March 20th.
Next week I will contact everyone for the hotels and excursions for those who need it. Thank you Hanshi John Therien
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Therien Jiu-Jistu & Kickboxing

HANSHI JOHN THERIEN

The Jiu Jitsu & Kickboxing Club offers classes for every skill level – We train active amateur fighters in kickboxing, as well as a wide range of casual martial arts students. The combined 80+ years of teaching experience from our 2 co-founders will ensure that you can successfully complete our classes, while having a lot of fun in the process. We take pride in the fact that none of our students ever feel like they’re “lost in the mix”.