Samurai Karate Studio Hosting Stuffed Animal Drive for Local Police
Samurai Karate Studio, located in Richland Northeast Columbia, SC, is hosting a stuffed animal drive this month to support the community service project of one of its students who is a member of SWAT and serves in the local police department. The general public is invited to drop off slightly used and clean stuffed animals until the end of February.
"Officer Chris Roberts is a member of my school and he is leading this community service project to complete his next belt rank requirement." commented Sensei Chris Feldt, owner and chief instructor of Samurai Karate.
"I love this community service project," commented Feldt, "because it helps children who might be involved in a bad car accident or a domestic violence dispute, take their mind off of what is happening at that moment, and hopefully the stuffed animal calms them down or alleviates some of their fears. I also like the fact that it reinforces to the children that the police are indeed our friends and they are here to serve and protect us."
SKS student, parents and friends are invited to drop off clean and slightly used stuffed animals at 2000 Clemson Road, Suite # 9, Columbia, SC, 29229. The animal drive will end February 28th.
If you have any questions, you may reach Sensei Feldt at 803-462-9425.
Samurai Karate Studio teaches a traditional Japanese style of karate to children and adults, beginning at age 3.5 years. In addition to their traditional karate program, its curriculum includes Diabetes awareness, anger managment, verbal judo, acts of kindness, community service, healthy eating and environmental self defense.
Sensei Chris Feldt