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P.S. Andrew, Great job on the write up .....
Hello Andrew, uhhh last time (which was about 20 years ago) that I saw/stood next to Jim Barber "JIMBO" he was all of 6' 6 1/4 inches in height just sayin' B. Turner from SF Bay Area
I have been looking for a way to thank you, Sensei, for your training while I was in the Air Force in 1997!!! Your training helped save me last night from being seriously hurt when I fell down four stairs. My ankle that I injured has become seriously weakened over the years and I have fallen three more times due to it turning. The right knee is also now bone-on-bone. Last night, I came home from work and took a bath. Then, I went to bring down the trash from the bathroom and bedroom, but only made it four stairs from the bottom. The left ankle turned first, then my right knee, both my problem joints at once. I managed to turn my body so that the left side of my back would take the fall, and somehow remembered to tuck my head!!! Amazingly, while I sprained the ankle and the knee again, I have no bruising on my side or back, and I did not hit my head. It was frightening for me, as I now live alone-my husband and I divorced three years ago and due to a furnace issue, my children are living with him-at least, till it is replaced Monday. I managed to get up and out to my car, and got to the VA. No breaks!!! I feel my training after all these years came back to me just when I needed it-that, and God's mercy!!!!
(A1C Misty Ray when you taught me!)
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Right Move Public Chess Club, The Right Move Public Chess Club of Colorado Springs is dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of chess. Our youth and adult members enjoy both tournament style and social chess games within a quiet and pleasant environment.
Visitors & new members are always welcome! There are no compulsory membership fees or dues of any kind. Supporters of the club make voluntary donations to help offset club expenses. Come out and join us in one of our club competitions or just come for an informal, 'friendly' game of chess. The club offers group lessons off-site on Monday evenings. Most club activities are free. Occasionally we will have tournaments or competitions which will serve as fundraisers for the club.
Club doors open on Thursdays at 6:00pm for social & casual chess games. Tournament style play starts at 6:30pm unless otherwise noted. Informal 'friendly' games are available anytime during club hours. For questions and location info please call (719)442-1808 or email us at email@example.com
I want to go to one from this day forward (June 11,2009) that has the artwork of Alan Bacarella. Which events coming up will?
Interested in The Pride Center's OutWord Writing Group. I'll tell my friends on http://www.biloves.com about this and ask them to join together.
Although I didn't submit the following in time for regular publication, you will find this event of interest........
Ron Williams: fitness and personal coach, a professor of exercise physiology and nutrition, and Natural Body Builder of the Decade. Sat., Jan. 5, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. This event is for everyone, male or female, couch potatoes who would like to reform, those who have already achieved their desired levels of fitness, fitness and weight-management professionals, etc. This all-day seminar is an incredible value at only $39.95 (54.95 per couple) for a full day with a world-renowned fitness professional! Reservations: 719-459-3729 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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