All Proceeds Support Cops Helping Kids Program.
Shipping will begin December 1st.
Metro PAL mentoring participants, partnering with First Nations Healthsource, planted a community garden outside of the Metro PAL Recreational Center. The garden will help feed the hungry through the Roadrunner Foodbank. Garden supplies and plants were purchased through a generous grant from Los Ojos De La Familia.
10:00 am 10.55am 1st class Self Defense and Awareness
11:00am 11:55am 2nd Class Martial Arts
New Mexico Sheriff and Police Athletic League
2117 Osuna Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113 [map]
The purpose of the 1st class will be covering self-defense and awareness training. What to be considered and how to react. This class is designed to provide women and also men with confidence and ability to react to most situations, when confronted. What to consider when walking to you vehicle, going somewhere by yourself and generally situations that happens to everyone.Question will be answered from class participants to help understand the process and situations. It will be a hands on class with practice sessions. It will not be as intense as normal martial arts training.
The 2nd class with cover Kobayashi Shorin-Ryu martial arts. It will cover the basics to the most advanced techniques. White belt to black belt.
I have taught martial arts for the PAL since May, 1980 and teaching martials arts since 1971.
Regional Director - American Shuri-Te Karate-Do Association
Thank you to all the sponsors and volunteers that helped make this annual event such a success for the children of Albuquerque.