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Monroe County Martial Arts

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Monroe County Martial Arts
Open Date: 1991
Address: 223 S. Pete Ellis Drive

Ste. 19
Bloomington, IN 47404

Phone: (812) ???
Owner(s): Steve and Linda Scott
Manager(s): {{{manager}}}
Hours: Classes at various times from noon to nine


Founded by Steve Scott and Linda Scott in November of 1991, Monroe County Martial Arts has been teaching Tae Kwon Do, T'ai Chi, and many other forms of hand-to-hand combat for more than 15 years. The business has a studio in the Williamsburg Village shopping center and also runs a class for 4 and 5 year olds at the YMCA. MCMA has consistently won awards for the "Best Martial Arts School in Bloomington".

Steve Scott challenged Rick Weidenbener to a push-up contest in 2005. The two men raised pledges per pushup with donations going to the YMCA. Over three years, the challenges raised more than $10,000, with Weidenbener taking two of the three matches.

The Scotts choreographed the fight scenes for the opera "Nixon In China" when it was performed at the Musical Arts Center.

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