Prince George Judo Club Fall Registration and Annual Dojo Clean-up


Thursday, September 1st  – 7-8:00pm – annual dojo clean up followed by registration for returning members only from 8-9:00pm. Used uniforms will be accepted on clean-up night only, please wash the uniforms and put them on a hanger.

Wednesday, September 7th from 7-8:30pm – registration for new and returning members. New uniforms can be purchased at this time.

First practice will be on Thursday, September 8 at the following times:

  • 6-6:45pm – Beginner children – new members and yellow – orange belts
  • 7-8:30pm – Combined practice – Youth (green belts and higher) and Adults

Prince George Judo Club is located at 1363 Fourth Avenue. For more information, please call 250-964-1618

Fundraising – 2015

PGJC Fundraising events – As PGJC is a non-profit organization, we host several fundraising events throughout the season to assist with team travel, family fun nights and dojo upkeep.

September Bottle Drive – if you have bottle and cans to donate towards the first bottle drive of the season (sponsored by the traveling team), please bring them to the dojo on clean-up night or registration night. Bottle storage is in the gym area by the back stairs. Thank you for your support.

Dojo clean up – Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Annual dojo clean-up is scheduled for Tuesday, September 8th from 6:30-8:00 pm. All help is appreciated. Please bring a bucket, rags, rubber gloves, work gloves, step ladder, etc.

Drop off any used gis you would like to sell for $20 each (only accepted on clean-up night, must be clean and on a hanger). New gis can be purchased or ordered on Registration Night.

Wash your Gis!!

Everyone wash their Gi’s!!!!

Prince George Judo Club Fall Registration for new and returning members

Registration Wednesday, September 9, 2015, 6:30 to 8pm
For more information about PGJC, please call 250-964-1618.

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