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NEW Saturday Karate Sessions in 232A HUB Starting 9/11/21

Join PSKC for Saturday Karate sessions in 232A HUB, overlooking the public open space.

We will adhere to University policy. Masks are required indoors. Maintain social distancing. For more COVID-19 related information and current University policies visit:
https://virusinfo.psu.edu/health-guidelines/

Shifting Karate Days This Week!

We’re moving to a 7PM Tuesday & Thursday schedule starting on 8/31. New members welcome. No previous experience necessary. Look for the people wearing white Karate uniforms.

Tuesdays on the HUB lawn
Thursdays on the Old Main lawn

Outside sessions are weather permitting. Keep hydrated throughout the day. Bring your own water. Maintain social distancing.

Sunday, April 11th Reminders

Matsuri 2021 hosted by the Japanese Friendship Association starts at 3PM today and goes until 5:30. Enjoy different examples of Japanese culture at PSU presented by various clubs.

Zoom link for Matsuri 2021:
https://psu.zoom.us/j/94131839887?pwd=K0dRY2Z3UVorWEwvc2lyNDVyY1A4UT09


And at 7:30PM is the free Karate class on zoom offered through Penn State Campus Recreation for students.

PSU students can pre-register for the zoom class here:
https://pennstatecampusrec.org/Program/GetProgramDetails?courseId=482af6ba-2d35-4eb9-a54e-cc0de29c1db3&semesterId=531292ec-80c2-458c-83f3-21eac12b2222

Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run Events 2021

The 12th Annual Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run will be a virtual event this year, held from Sunday, April 18th to Sunday, May 9th.  The event will offer a Virtual Run (5K run or 2 mile walk) and a new Virtual Fun component that will allow participants to choose their favorite exercise or activity to engage in for 30 minutes. Whether you choose to Run or engage in a little Fun, all proceeds benefit thousands of individuals with intellectual disabilities through the transformative power of sport.

Members of the Penn State Karate Club have participated in every Beaver Stadium run event since the beginning, in support of Special Olympics Pennsylvania.

For information about this year’s events, visit:
https://www.stadiumrun.org

島袋 龍夫

Over a century ago, in the small village of Chan, on a small island in the south pacific, a boy was born. One day he would become a Karate Master whose art would reach beyond the shores of Okinawa and spread across the globe.

“Dragon Man” of Isshin Ryu, Shimabuku Tatsuo Sensei
(September 19, 1908 – May 30, 1975)