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    Default New England Chinese Karate Federation (NECKF)

    I am new to this site, so excuse me for posting here if I was not supposed to...this is the organization I train with. Lineage begins with Mr Lee Wedlake, then to Mr Steve White out of Manchester, NH, then to my instructor, Mr James Peacock. I am still learning about the organization as a whole, so these are the only 3 instructors that I know of in the organization. Feel free to add more if you know of it!

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    Welcome ~ from a Hudson student.

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    Thank you! It was nice to find such a site where knowledge can be shared between students. Kenpo is easily one of the most interesting subjects I ever studied...I love checking out variations of different techniques on here.

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    Welcome to KT. We are not affilated, but our school has hosted a few Prof. Wedlake seminars.
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    Welcome to KT.
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    Thanks a lot guys. Looking forward to sharing knowledge and learning more also. I am a green belt currently and I have not trained in some time, so it is nice to be back in it. I forgot how much I love this stuff.

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    Default Re: New England Chinese Karate Federation (NECKF)

    Quote Originally Posted by HKphooey View Post
    Welcome to KT. We are not affilated, but our school has hosted a few Prof. Wedlake seminars.
    That's awesome. I would love to meet Prof. Wedlake and attend a seminar at some point. Thus far, the only seminar I have been to was a long time ago...Mr Speakman at Manchester Karate in NH. It was a lot of fun.

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    Welcome double0... Make yourself comfortable and jump in.

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    Yes i agree with Dan,come on and jump in...but just watch what you step in.. (did i say that)
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