“Adam Loomis, an intake officer for the Washington County Juvenile Court system, marveled at how youths reacted on the first day of their Aikido martial arts class in January.
“One thing I noticed, right off, here are 10 kids with varying degrees of problems, either at home or with the law or with the courts,” Loomis said.
“All 10 of these kids were sitting quietly, watching the instructor, paying attention, not acting up. That was a shock almost.”
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