By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) – More than a dozen young people and some adults showed off their Aikido skills Saturday, it's a type of martial arts.
It was more than just showing their skills, it was about giving back to the community and showing the love the art form tries to portray.
Sensei Aaron Muhammad is the instructor at the Aikido School of Southwest Georgia downtown.
He says Saturday is a day they try to express love for the community.
Some people who showed up got free clothes, food, and a chance to watch students demonstrate their skills.
All together the school has about 30 students.
Youngsters are required bring in their report cards, the instructor says most of his young students maintain an "A" average."
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