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New karate dojo opens downtown

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Guam Kyokushinkai Karate Association is pleased to announce the grand opening of its newest dojo, the Guam Kyokushin Hagatna Dojo on February 23, 2013. Located on the same block 3A Perez Building, Hernan Cortez Avenue Hagatna, the dojo offers the same quality instruction in kickboxing and Kyokushin Karate training as before. There will be an open house style reception for the rest of the day and refreshments for guests.

Tony Rodriguez with Guam Kyokushin Karate said, "I am inviting everybody to the grand opening of the Guam Kyokushin Karate Dojo on Saturday February 23. Ceremonies open at 9:00 am and festivities go on until about 2:00 pm or 3:0 pm in the afternoon. It is our official opening for the Hagatna Dojo and of course under the affiliation of the Guam Kyokushin Kai Karate Association. We are located in Hagatna right across the Terlaje Professional Building, right across the Guam Legislature. We are also getting our youth ready for the 6th annual Freshman Karate Tournament on March 9.

"We are also sending a youth fight team to Japan to compete in the International Friendship Tournament on April 24. For any further information or if anyone is interested in learning more about our Hagatna Dojo or any future tournaments you can log onto www.guamkyokushinkai.com."

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