FMAC

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FMACFind Me a Conference
FMACFamily Martial Arts Center (various locations)
FMACFonds Municipal d'Art Contemporain (French: Municipal Fund for Contemporary Art)
FMACFacility Maintenance and Control
FMACFloating Point Multiply Accumulate
FMACFédération des Métiers d'Art et de Création (French: Crafts and Design Federation)
FMACFlexible Mandatory Access Control (computing)
FMACFundação Musical dos Amigos das Crianças (Portuguese: Music Foundation of Friends of Children)
FMACFind, Meet, Attract, Close
FMACFinancial and Management Accounting Committee
FMACFoshan Marine Anchor Chain, Ltd. (China)
FMACFreyming-Merlebach Athletic Club (France)
FMACFredericton Model Aircraft Club (Canada)
FMACFédération Mondiale des Anciens Combattants (French: World Veterans Federation)
FMACFleury Menuiserie Agencement Charpente (French carpentry company)
FMACFEMA Map Assistance Center
FMACFPGA Mission Assurance Center
FMACFuel Management Advisory Computer
FMACFreight Management and Allocation Company
FMACFire Marshals’ Association of Colorado
FMACFloating Point Multiply Accumulator
FMACFacility Maintenance and Administration Center
FMACFinancial Management Advisory Committee
FMACFarm Machinery Advertising Collectors
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Manny Cabrera III, Owner of Sidekicks Family Martial Arts Center says, "I feel like we're handing out the keys to success this month!
Manny Cabrera III is the Owner and Chief Instructor of Sidekicks Family Martial Arts Center and has helped thousands of kids, teens, and adults to embrace a positive and healthy lifestyle.
FITCHBURG - The Family Martial Arts Center raised more than $3,700 at this year's Kick-A-Thon held at Riverside Park that will go to support programs for people with special needs at ARC Community Services Inc.
For the last two decades, the Family Martial Arts Center has raised money through its kick-a-thons to benefit several different organizations, including the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association and St.
Centennial-based Family Martial Arts Center hired VideoBloom last year to produce a series of video poomsas--tae kwon do routines--for students to study online.
CUTLINE: Students and staff from the Family Martial Arts Center are joined by friends and family for the Kick-A-Thon Saturday to benefit ARC Community Services.