Weekly MUKC update – Week 3

Welcome Night reminder

The Welcome Night is tonight (15 March) after training! Don’t forget to show up 🙂


Beginner’s Course Handout [Beginners only]

Attached in this email is an outline of what you will be learning in the course as well as definitions of the Japanese words we use throughout training.


2021 VKR AGM [Seniors only]

The 2021 VKR AGM will be held on the 21st March at 1:00pm via Google Meet. The link to join is: [ Private ]
Some relevant documents are attached in this email:
Attached are:

  • AGM 2021 agenda
  • 2020 AGM minutes
  • Treasurer’s Report

The following documents will be forwarded once VKR sends them:

  • President’s Report
  • VKTC Report
  • VKJITC Report
  • Auditor’s Report
  • Nominees List
  • Proxy voting form


30th Anniversary preparation! [Seniors only]

We’re holding our 30th Anniversary at the end of the year! We need a lot of volunteers to help plan and prepare for the event. If you are able to help out, please reply to this email or let one of the committee members know.


Storage of past photos and compilation video about MUKC

We are creating a storage to store all past photos to document as much of the past (almost) 30 years of history of MUKC! If you have any photos you would not mind sharing, you can upload it here.

Toney is also working on the compilation video and any videos you share would be awesome to have! (i.e. Shiais, social events, etc)


Training times and location

All will be held in Games Hall.


  • Seniors, Kids and Beginners Training, 6pm – 8pm
  • Welcome Night, 8pm onwards


  • Seniors, Kids and Beginners Training, 6pm – 8pm


  • Seniors Training, 9:30am – 11am


Shinai parts

Here’s a nice visual of the names of the various parts on a Shinai 🙂


As always, if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions or anything, feel free to let us know!
If the formatting does not work on your device, please let us know so we can fix it in the next email 🙂
Some links:
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