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American Family Martial Arts in Prairieville celebrates its reopening with a ribbon cutting on April 18 with employees, family, friends and dignitaries in attendance.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 18 celebrated the reopening of American Family Martial Arts at 17424 Airline Highway, Prairieville.

Front Desk Prince Stephen Robichaux and Skills Instructor Jessika Efferson were in attendance, as well as family and friends, Chief Deputy of Criminal Operations Bobby Webre, Special Investigations Officer Mike Toney, Ascension Parish Public Information Officer Martin McConnell, Ascension Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Barker Dirmann and chamber ambassadors.

Robichaux described American Family Martial Arts’ service as “more than punching and kicking — we teach life skills and have fun.”

Hours of operation are 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday. For more information, call (225) 272-5425, email ninjas@americanfamilyma.com or visit americanfamilyma.com.