Dojo Christmas turkey dinner

The Dojo is a place of sanctuary and learning where everyone is accepted and welcome as part of an extended caring family.

Members of the Beaver Valley Rec’s Chito-Ryu Karate Dojo and the Rossland Rec’s Chito-Ryu Karate Dojo came together Thursday night in Fruitvale for their Christmas turkey dinner.

The Dojo is a place of sanctuary and learning where everyone is accepted and welcome as part of an extended caring family.

Starting in 2015, Karate will be an event at the B.C. Seniors Games next August in Vancouver.

Watch for our introductory class for “Middlers” offered through Vicky Fitzpatrick’s for the Beaver Valley.

The Winter Semester starts the first week in January. Join today and work off the Christmas calories! call Kelly at Beaver Valley Rec (250) 367-9319 or Robin at Rossland Rec (250) 362-2327.


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