Other Shidokan Dojo

Academy of Traditional Karate – Located in Wilmington, MA.

Alpha Martial Arts Academy – Located in Chelmsford, MA.

Kaizan Academy – Located in Raymond, NH.

National Karate Institute – Located in Salem, NH.

Path of the Samurai – Located in Barnstead, NH. artial Arts Items


Martial Arts Items

The Samurai Sam Home Page – For those of you who have worked with Renshi Sidlik, check out his web site!

Anshin Martial Arts Attire – T-shirts featuring traditional Japanese kanji.

Fun Stuff

Fun Stuff

Ayen Network Solutions – RSMA web-hosting company.

Fin Fighters – Licensed NH Hunting & Fishing Guide.

Sky and Telescope – Monthly Northern Highlights – Maps of the constellations for each month, for those people who enjoy star gazing.

Yamaha Papercraft – Some cool kits that you can download to make paper models of animals, motorcycles, etc.

ucational Stuff

Educational Stuff

Audubon Online – The National Audubon Society’s official web site.

AMNH Bestiary – A resource from the American Museum of Natural History, this is a gallery of extinct animals.  Click on “by name” or “by geography” to explore… – The Discovery Channel online.

Element Games – Internet games based on the Periodic Table of the Elements.  Good review material for students who need to know this stuff!

Frogland!!! – Do you really need a description of this one?

NH Fish & Game – Conserving New Hampshire’s wildlife and their habitats for over a century.


Charitable Organizations

American Liberty Partnership – The American Liberty Partnership is an Internet industry initiative that is using the online medium to connect people who want to help with the organizations that need it the most. On our web site, you will find opportunities to support these organizations, as well as general information about how the relief effort is progressing and what needs are next on the horizon.

American Red Cross – (1-800-HELP-NOW)  The American Red Cross consistently ranks as one of the most trusted organizations in the country. From hurricanes that affect half a million people to residential fires that devastate a single family, the Red Cross is always there to offer hope and help. We’re in the business of saving lives, and we ensure the safety and availability of more than half the nation’s blood supply.

Cantor Relief Fund – All money donated to the CANTOR FITZGERALD RELIEF FUND will be used to provide emergency short-term financial assistance and emotional and mental health support to those who lost loved ones in the tragedy – plus ongoing assistance for childcare, college tuition, and long-term health care in the months and years ahead.

Covenant House – Covenant House is the largest privately-funded childcare agency in the United States providing shelter and service to homeless and runaway youth.  In addition to food, shelter, clothing and crisis care, Covenant House provides a variety of services to homeless youth including health care, education, vocational preparation, drug abuse treatment and prevention programs, legal services, recreation, mother/child programs, transitional living programs, street outreach and aftercare.

Save the Children – Children today — in the United States and around the world — face greater challenges than ever before. More children are born into poverty and suffer from war and natural disaster than at any other time in modern history. Never has there been such global consensus on the need to protect the rights and well-being of children everywhere.  To help these children get the best possible start in life, Save the Children is promoting locally appropriate programs in education, health care, environmentally sound agriculture, and economic productivity.

The Salvation Army – Internationally The Salvation Army works in just over 100 countries using more than 140 languages. There are over 14,000 Corps (centres for worship) as well as a wide range of social, medical, educational and other community services.

The United Way – As the nation’s leading community solutions provider, United Way invests in and activates the resources to make the greatest possible impact in communities across America. The United Way movement includes approximately 1,400 community-based United Way organizations. Each is independent, separately incorporated, and governed by local volunteers. United Ways bring communities together to focus on the most important needs in the community — building partnerships, forging consensus and leveraging resources to make a measurable difference.

VolunteerMatch – On November 8, President Bush called on all Americans to dedicate themselves to community service. VolunteerMatch supports the President’s call to action, offering the largest and most up-to-date online resource of US volunteer opportunities. Please take a few moments to find a volunteer opportunity of interest, make a positive difference, and become a part of the American tradition of volunteer service.