Feb. 2013 | Martial Arts Newsletter

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Sacramento Martial Arts in February 2013

February is going to be a busy month for students at Lee’s Korean Martial Arts. Be sure to check out our updated calendar. SWAT class now alternates between Saturdays in Rancho Cordova and Sundays in Elk Grove. Any students interested in competing at tournaments for poomse, weapons, or sparring are encouraged to attend.

Website Updated

Our new website has been updated with class schedules for the South School in Elk Grove and the North School in Rancho Cordova. You can also find the student job list, Taekwonwdo terminology, Kukkiwon history, and LKMA downloads in the student section.

PTA Meeting & Belt Testing

Our monthly PTA meeting will be held at the north school in Rancho Cordova on Satu rday, February 9th. It starts at 9:30am. All parents and students should come. Taekwondo and Hapkido belt testing will be held the fourth weekend of February. Martial arts testing paperwork is due on February 14th. Confused about dates? Check out our online calendar, it covers both schools.

Speaking of Valentine’s Day!

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check out all of the V-Day card designs on Facebook!

This year we are giving away free Valentine Day cards to all Lee’s Korean Martial Arts students at the Elk Grove and Rancho Cordova academies!!! If you need more than 36 cards for your classmates please see an instructor for more.

Closed for President’s Day

Both taekwondo academies will be closed for Presidents Day on Monday, February 18, 2013.

You’ve got questions we got answers! Ask us on Facebook or call a school:

ELk Grove: (916) 405-6868
8835 Sheldon Road #130

Rancho Cordova: (916) 368-8824
3036 Mather Field Road

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About Lee's Korean Martial Arts

Learning martial arts, as with anything else, takes time. It will take at least a few years to eventually attain the rank of black belt. Nothing worthwhile can be obtained quickly or easily. Remember, the journey to back belt is not a race. It will take perseverance and determination to make it to the rank of Black belt. As the famous punch line goes, "the way to Carnegie Hall is ... practice, practice, practice!"
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