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Choi's 15th Annual Break-a-thon to Benefit Children's Hospital

Tae Kwon Do Students Join Together to Use Mind, Body, and Spirit to Break Boards for Breakthroughs in Life-Saving Pediatric Research

 By Peggy Su

On Saturday, April 13th, Choi’s Martial Arts will host its 15th Annual Break-a-thon fundraiser benefiting Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland.  Last year, one hundred Tae Kwon Do students joined together to raise over $14,000.  100% proceeds will go directly to life-saving pediatric research.

The spirit of Tae Kwon Do is to develop oneself physically, mentally, and spiritually.  At Choi’s Martial Arts, Grand Master Alexander E.J. Choi encourages his students to apply their increased abilities into their daily lives.  The Annual Break-a-thon is an excellent example of that philosophy put into action.  Students from ages 4 and up realize how their combined efforts can make a tremendously positive impact on the lives of others.

Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland is dedicated to providing the finest care to children regardless of their family’s ability to pay.

CHOI’S BREAK-A-THON XV

Saturday, April 13, 2013

10:00-11:30 AM

Centerville Junior High School

Students will perform a martial arts exhibition and break boards with a variety of kicks, strikes, and punches for their guest honor and VIP guests:

Children’s Miracle Network Representative, Vania Deonizio

Fremont Mayor, Bill Harrison

Fremont Council Member, Raj Salwan

Fremont Unified School District Superintendent, Jim Morris

Fremont Unified School District Board Vice President, Lara York

Fremont Unified School District Board Member, Lily Mei

Choi’s Break-a-thon XV is grateful for the support of local businesses such as:

Kumon in Fremont North @ Thornton Avenue

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Fridaze

The Hillman’s Cloverleaf Family Bowl

Bay Aerials Gymnastics

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