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By Tracie Mitchell
Staff Writer 

Steinkes open martial arts studio in Worland

WORLAND – Ten Sleep residents Kurt and Alanna Steinke opened a karate studio, teaching Hapkido (karate), in Worland at 228 N. 10th street with several different lessons for persons four through adult.

 

August 25, 2018

Tracie Mitchell

Tuesday evening during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Kurt's Karate Worland Mayor Jim Gill prepares to cut the ribbon held by Kurt and Alanna Steinke with a Samurai sword as current karate students and parents watch.

WORLAND – Ten Sleep residents Kurt and Alanna Steinke opened a karate studio, teaching Hapkido (karate), in Worland at 228 N. 10th street with several different lessons for persons four through adult.

They will also be offering karate lessons in Ten Sleep for children ages 4 - 12 at the Ten Sleep Senior Center on Wednesdays after their official grand opening Sept. 8.

Kurt Steinke stated that karate is good for your health and not only provides physical fitness but has the added benefit of learning to protect oneself. "The martial arts were developed thousands of years ago for the purpose...



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