Latest MUKC and VKR news (28-02-2019)

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Hey guys,

Here is the latest MUKC and VKR news. If you have any questions, please see a committee member.


Fwd: 2019 Nagae Taikai Postponed Due To The Forecast Heat On Saturday

Greetings Victorian Kendoka!!

You are receiving this email as you have either registered to compete in the 2019 Nagae Taikai, registered someone on their behalf or have indicated that you’re available to help as a shinpan.

As by the subject of the email, the 2019 Nagae Taikai has been postponed due to the forecast heat for Saturday. I hope this does not cause you any inconvenience. I’m sorry if it does, but the senseis have decided to be safe (see below).

Notification will be sent out once a new date has been confirmed. I hope you can still compete or volunteer when one has been determined.

Cheers and keep cool.

Paul Bserani
Vice President Melbourne Budokai

———- Forwarded message ———
From: MBK Secretary <>
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2019 at 16:42
Subject: 2019 Nagae Taikai Postponed Due To The Forecast Heat On Saturday

Greetings MBK Member!!

Looking at the weather forecast for this weekend, Yano Sensei and Szwarcbord Sensei have decided to postpone the 2019 Nagae Taikai to be on the safe side. Currently the forecast is 35C and possibly more for Saturday (most of this week will be warm). The dojo would have been hotter. The idea of getting cooling was floated but the noise, more than likely, would have been very distracting.

A new date will be determined once the calendar has been checked for a suitable day. Notification will be sent out once this has been confirmed.

Thank you if you have informed me that you’d like to either compete or be a volunteer to help with the taikai. I certainly hope that will still be the case for the new date.

Cheers and keep cool throughout this week/weekend….and beyond.

Paul Bserani
Vice President Melbourne Budokai


VKR Kendo Keiko Mar 8

Dear VKR Delegates,

Due to the hot weather the VKR Kendo Keiko this month has been moved to
Friday March 8.


Jularaj Suthibutr
Victorian Kendo Renmei

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