MASTER CHUFF RECOGNIZED
The American Martial Arts Institute is fortunate to have a diverse staff of professional men and women dedicated to the school and the teaching of its students. Instructors in the American Martial Arts Institute are men and women over the age of 18 who have earned their black belt and requested to be accepted into the instructor's program, where they are taught how to teach the style by Grandmaster Crandall, and must be re-certified annually. These instructors are not paid. They volunteer their time because they want to give back to the school and its students. Many of our instructors are leaders in their professions. One of our school's strengths is that our instructors and students bring diverse skills, knowledge, and strengths which they contribute to school freely. The unity of the instructional staff behind the direction and vision determined by the Grandmaster combined with the staff freely giving of their time, energy, and knowledge to that direction helps to make our school stronger.
Master Nicholas Chuff was recently featured in the journal BOVINE VETERINARIAN in an article titled "Putting the 'Value Proposition' Into Practice," by Geni Wren, American Association of Bovine Practitioners. Dr. Chuff (DVM, Dipl. ABVP) owns and operates the German Flatts Veterinary Clinic, located in Ilion, New York, and he is a large animal specialist. He sits on several advisory boards and travels the country for his profession.
Congratulations to Master Chuff.