Tae Kwon Do students promoted

The Whitehall Tae Kwon Do Association held its final promotion of the year May 15 and 16.

The following students were successfully promoted:

 Nicole Kuba double promoted from Yellow/Green to Green/Blue.

Blue: Chris Bakemeier

Red: Sally Douglas, Theresa Davis

Red/Brown: Victoria Davis, Michael Mattison, John Parisi

Brown/Black: Brionna Wells, Beau Blanchard

Black belt judges/instructors: Master Tim Terry, Gary Hart, Sandy Stragnell, Dan Sweeney, Noah Sweeney and Heather Michaud.

Classes will resume approximately the third week of Sept. The cost is $25 per year. For more information, call Gary Hart (499-2055) or Laura Hart (499-0521).

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