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For Instructors: KM Focus Group

Posted on: January 10th, 2012

Location: Glenwood Community Club
Date: Sunday, Jan 22, 2012
Time: 12:00 to 2:00 pm

Karate Manitoba is currently planning its programs for 2012/13. As part of the process, we are seeking the input from all of the clubs.

This will consist of holding focus groups/workshops where instructors and assistant instructors can come together with the people leading the various programs for Karate Manitoba, including:

  • Coaches development – grassroots and competitive
  • Athlete development – grassroots and competitive
  • Officials development
  • Tournaments
  • Club development

At the first focus group/workshop, we will outline the programs and the amounts we have with the type of activities we are planning. We will also request high-level input from the group on the activities and the projected roll out. The plans will be in an early stage so changes can be made and the input received from these focus groups/workshops will help direct our programs.

The subsequent focus groups/workshops will have look at specific programs to provide support to the clubs, including sport injury management, club emergency action plans, first aid and CPR training.

The first focus group/workshop is scheduled for Jan 22, 2012, with details as follows:

Location: Glenwood Community Club
Date: Sunday, Jan 22, 2012
Time: 12:00 to 2:00 pm
Lunch: Sandwiches and drinks will be provided
Attendance: Club instructor and maximum 2 assistants


  • Review program plans for 2012/13
  • Obtain input and ideas for activities
  • Plan next workshop

We hope to see you there!

Bingo At Club Regent, March 3

Posted on: December 20th, 2011

Date: Saturday, March 3, 2012

Time: 4:30 – 6:45pm

Where: Club Regent, Meet at McDonalds


Here’s a great way to defer some of your training costs, and to meet other local karateka!

We need 10-12 people to help out at upcoming KM Bingo Fundraisers held here in Winnipeg.

Requirements are simple!

  • Member of Karate Manitoba (or representing one)
  • 18+

Those who help out at Bingo Fundraisers will be given a CASH HONORARIUM as a “thank you”! What a great way to pay your training fees or earn yourself a new gi!

Bingo Date, Location, Time

  • March 3, 2011
  • Club Regent
  • 4:30p to 6:45p
  • Meet up at the McDonalds!

Questions? Contact Karate Manitoba’s Fundraising Director.

Let’s Get Connected!

Let us know you’re attending by joining our March 3 Bingo Fundraiser Facebook Event!

General Info About Bingo Fundraisers

Karate Manitoba is awarded Bingo Fundraising opportunities at either McPhillips St. Station or Club Regeant, and these funds go towards supporting tournaments, clinics, officials, and the athletes that participate in various Karate Manitoba-sponsored events.

Members of Karate Manitoba who are 18 and above are invited to help out at Bingo Fundraisers, and a CASH HONORARIUM will be given as our “thanks” to you!

IF YOU ARE NOT YET 18, you can enlist a family member to help out at the Bingo for you. If you’re a parent with three kids who train, you’re welcome to bring yourself and three friends!

NOTE: You NEED to contact the Fundraising Director to confirm your spot. Marking yourself as “attending” the Facebook event shows support, which we appreciate, but will not guarantee you a spot. Please ensure you follow up with Karate Manitoba’s Fundraising Director . Those interested can contact him at 204-261-3783 or at Allan.Suchan@freedom55financial.com.

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