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In addition to our usual busy schedule of classes, public self-defense seminars (not listed here) etc.,
here's what else we have been and will be up to!

Apr-May 2018 Sixth iteration (fifth year in a row) of the six-week self defense series for employees of the government facility. This is getting to be a (good) habit! The feedback has always been very good - including from individuals married to law enforcement officers (to whom they took home the materials we handed out).
Apr-May 2017 Fifth iteration (fourth year in a row) of the six-week self defense series for employees of the government facility. Yep, they like us! (Others have contacted them to try and set up to teach classes, but they keep falling off the radar, so we get to do it again!)
Apr-May 2016 Fourth iteration (third year in a row) of the six-week self defense series for employees of the government facility. They liked it so much, they're arranging to get together for happy hour - a month after it ended! There's something about getting physical with other people that forms bonds. Seriously.
winter break 2015 We're moving!   We moved!
Jan-Mar 2015 Third iteration (second year in a row) of the six-week self defense series for employees of the government facility. They loved it - again! (Including several repeat attendees.)
mid-Jan 2015 We were specifically contacted by Baltimore Aircoil to attend their fitness fair, to make their employees aware of our self defense training.
mid-April 2014 Talk and Q&A session on self defense at The Arc of Howard County, at their request.
Apr-May 2014 Another six-week self defense series for employees of the government facility.
Jan-Feb 2014 Six-week self defense series for employees of a government facility in the area.
late 2013 Several local schools and businesses contacted us about arranging self-defense seminars for their students and clients - scheduling to be determined.
May 2013 We were specifically contacted by Harkins Builders to attend their health fair and to talk about the importance of self defense. They were also interested in holding a self-defense seminar for their employees.
Oct 2012 We participated in Family Night at Fort Meade for the third year in a row, which was (again!) a resounding success. The attendees were very interested in the demonstrations, and our dojo members did an excellent job of giving background and explaining the techniques.
summer 2012 We participated by request in New West Learning Center's summer program, teaching jujitsu to the attending children.
Apr 2012 By-request self-defense seminar for the residents of Vantage House senior living community.
Mar 2012 By-request self-defense seminar for a group of young women getting ready to transition to college.
Jan 2012 By-request women's self-defense seminar, held at Curves in Crownsville. Lots of fun had by all!
Oct 2011 For the second year in a row, we did a self-defense demonstration during the Family Night (formerly Family Battle Rhythms) event at Fort Meade. This year we were joined by some of our students from the youth class, who impressed the visitors!
Apr 2011 We moved, returning to our old haunts, across the street from where the dojo first opened.
Mar 2011 We held two self-defense seminars by request. Contact us to set one up for your group! (These were in addition to our regular seminars.)
Mar 2011 We were a sponsor for the Walter Reed Auxiliary's annual Spring Fling. All proceeds benefit the Auxiliary's programs supporting wounded soldiers and their families and children.
Oct 2010 We participated in the Family Battle Rhythms event at Fort Meade. We were specifically contacted to do the self-defense demonstration, which was well received.
Jul 2010 We had the privilege of training the members of the 313th TC HHD Bn (based in Glen Burnie), prior to their deployment in October.
Jun 2010 We worked with the Old Navy store in Columbia to provide the community with child safety/identification kits.
fall 2009 We partnered with Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children (CSAAC) for an after-school program.