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Reply WilliamEralf
2:58 PM on August 16, 2017 
Sorry for offtop, have a little issue to handle.
I have not been doing particularly nicely at my English class, thinking about attainable options.
This webpage caught my attention http://researchhelping.com

It may certainly be a fraud or one thing like that, I don't know.
Got any ideas?
Reply rckenpo
12:24 AM on December 30, 2015 
Thinking of joining our school but not sure, page through the guest book and check out all the recommendations. People are what qualifies a good instructor not a belt or certificate on a wall.
Reply rckenpo
12:10 AM on December 30, 2015 
Paul Pontrelli]
Wow...came across the pictures of Cliff. I trained under Cliff and somebody else in the early 70's at Tracy's Karate @ Bustleton & Street Rd. Early 90's I trained TKD and we would meet at Tostens place (AKS) on Cottman Ave. Those pics brought back memories. Thanks.
[/Paul Pontrelli]
Welcome Paul, I also went to Tostens for Thursday night fighting with Chuck Cohen. Those were the days.
Reply Paul Pontrelli
2:02 PM on December 21, 2015 
Wow...came across the pictures of Cliff. I trained under Cliff and somebody else in the early 70's at Tracy's Karate @ Bustleton & Street Rd. Early 90's I trained TKD and we would meet at Tostens place (AKS) on Cottman Ave. Those pics brought back memories. Thanks.
Reply rckenpo
11:28 AM on November 23, 2014 
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Reply rckenpo
5:46 PM on October 21, 2014 
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Reply Ray Delnicki
9:27 AM on June 23, 2014 
Hi Rich- I worked for Cliff Jewell in 1972/73 until I had a very serious motorcycle accident in April 1973. I was his manager at his first school on Street Road in Feasterville before he moved and got the ring on Street Road in Southampton. Cliff awarded me a green belt and I stayed there until I physically recovered and my kids were pretty much grown. I looked for Cliff but couldn't find him. I went back to training under Dennis Tosten in 1995 or 6 and have advanced to 4 Dan under Dennis. I to live in Souderton- where is your school? I would like to reconnect with Cliff- do you know how to contact him?
Reply Bob Bello
4:08 PM on October 8, 2013 
Going through the old kick boxing pictures and what great memories of how lives were shaped in the Arts. Rich your dedication is incredible and I am proud to have once trained with you. Great to see Ray has started training again. I have some old fight pictures somewhere I will forward to you. Good luck with the school your students should know they have a great teacher in you.
Reply rckenpo
1:51 PM on October 7, 2013 
Like to welcome Ray Livezey Former student of Cliff Jewells American Karate Studios to our school! Ray writes " Rich - It's great to be at your school and training with you once again. It reminds me of the old times. I am extremely impressed with your dedication to the art and how far you have come. It is great to see how the kickboxing aspects of what we've learned in the past have been integrated into your current Kenpo teachings. That foundation will be forever with us as we pursue our advancement in Kenpo. The Basics class that you just started is a wonderful addition. It helps the new as well as the advanced student to focus on and reinforce the base foundation of our Basics so that we may employ our techniques with improved timing, accuracy, power and speed. I highly recommend this class to everyone. I'm really looking forward to our next session and reinforcing those Basics!"
Reply rckenpo
8:33 AM on December 8, 2012 
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