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Remember and honor those who gave it all so that we can live in a free society. Thank you to our fallen servicemembers.
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Ninja night is tonight. Don't forget:
1. You must sign your child in and out.
2. Bring an extra tshirt.
3. Be ready for fun.
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This just came in from a member!

When i started training, i never knew where this jouney would take me. I heard the rumors, of people quit all the time, or they may last a month. I heard the rumors of this guys not gonna make it (me). Well guess what I'm still training! I have seen many people come and go, so i now understand, when people say, forgive me if it takes me a while to learn your name, as i do the same now! But even though i may not be the best, and i may tap way more than i submit, I'll still show up, and try to learn as best i can, and help others learn! Last night, after a roll, with someone i consider family, since he has been around that long! I was laying on the mat, not worried about anything, just empty thoughts and feeling and listening to my heart pound! I realized I'm alive! I can feel it, i can hear it! Sorry for rambling! If you are new, hang in there, i realize the mountain is high, but it beats being at the bottom looking up, thinking what could be!
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A new member just wrote to us. This is what he had to say!

"...After speaking with you on the phone and having you talk the "new guy" through what he'd have to bring and what he should expect from his first class I was hooked. I wasn't spoken to like the "new guy" and I NEVER got the vibe that you were out to just take my money like so many people are interested in anymore. The sense of camaraderie within the gym is unlike anything I've ever been a part of and that's honestly what has kept my interest in jiu jitsu. "The new guy" is simply a white belt and while he may not be ready to roll with the blue belts his hand is shook, he is spoken to, and welcomed as if he has been in the gym his entire life."
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