A Fighting Chance: Filipino Martial Arts Seminar

Master Erwin at “A Fighting Chance – Filipino Martial Arts Charity Seminar”

Los Angeles Doce Pares’ very own Master Erwin Mosqueda will be participating in “A Fighting Chance – Filipino Martial Arts Charity Seminar” on Saturday, February 22, 2014.

LADP's Master Erwin at A Fighting Chance: Filipino Martial Arts Seminar

PRESS RELEASE

Typhoon Haiyan
From November 2nd to 11th, 2014, Typhoon Haiyan ravaged the Philippine Islands affecting the lives of nearly 11 million who lost their homes and communities due to the devastation. Today there is still much work to be done to rebuild villages and restore basic needs: clean water, food, clothing, and shelter.

Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 8am-5pm
On Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 8am-5pm The Rotary Club of Historic Filipinotown, The Kombat Kali Klub, martial artists Celina Taganas-Duffy and Gigie Alunday Baker have joined together to present “A Fighting Chance”, a Filipino martial arts and cultural charity event to raise funds and awareness for the victims of the disaster.

All Day Event
“A Fighting Chance” will be an all-day event at Incarnation Community Center Gym, 214 W. Fairview Avenue in Glendale, California featuring Filipino dance, food, martial arts workshops and demos by Grand Masters, Masters and Gurus of various styles.

Participating Masters and Grandmasters include

  • Grandmaster Ramon Rubia, (San Miguel Doce Pares),
  • Master Felix Valencia (Valencia Lameco),
  • Master Joe Tan (Tapado Arnis),
  • Master Erwin Mosqueda (Doce Pares Multi-Style System),
  • Grandmaster Nonato “Nene” Gaabucayan (Balintawak),
  • Grandmaster Felix Roiles (Pakamut),
  • Guro Victor Gendrano Jr. (Filipino Martial Heritage & Inosanto Academy),
  • Master Rino Balinado (Balintawak Eskrima),
  • Master Nick Papadakis (Pekiti Tirsia Kali & Dog Brothers Martial Arts) and
  • Manong Faustino Caigoy (Jack Santos Method).

Rotary Club of Historic Filipinotown
The Rotary Club of Historic Filipinotown is in partnership with The Rotary Club, Cebu to distribute much needed necessities to the less supported victims of Typhoon Haiyan primarily in the Northern Cebu area.

To see work that the Rotary Club has provided, please visit www.FilipinoTownRotary.org.

Tickets are

  • $50 per person to join up to 4 workshops of their choice.
  • $80 to join any workshops during the course of the day.



For spectators the price is

  • $15 all day.

Due to limited space, RSVPs are manadatory for this event.

To RSVP

email KombatKaliKlub@Gmail.com with “A Fighting Chance” in the subject line and include all attendees full names in the email message.

Tickets will be cash at the door or if you’d like to pre-register or simply make a donation, write a check payable to “RC Historic Filipinotown” and mail it to: RC Historic Filipinotown, c/o Ben Aranda, 1644 Royal Blvd., Glendale, CA 91207.

For more information, please contact the Kombat Kali Klub at

KombatKaliKlub@Gmail.com

or call:

Philip Oshiro, Kombat Kali Klub (310) 383-7844

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