Students earn Tae Kwon Do promotions

T he Whitehall Tae Kwon Do Association held its first promotion of the year on Nov. 14.

The following students were successfully promoted:

Yellow: Jennifer Carson, Nicole Kuba

Green: Christopher Bakerian

Green/Blue: Cody Garner

Green-Blue-Blue/Red: Michael Mattison (double promotion)

Red/Brown: Beau Blanchard, Brionna Wells

Adrian Hollister achieved the rank of first degree black belt.

Black Belt judges/instructors: Master Tim Terry, Gary Hart, Michael LaChapelle, Laura Hart, Sandy Stragnell, Dan Sweeney, Sean Hart, Noah Sweeney, Heather Michaud and Lauren Baldwin.

Classes are held 6:30 to 7:30 in the Whitehall Elementary School gymnasium. For more information, contact Gary Hart.

 

 

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