Amy and Evan are leading the Angel Tree Project

Amy and Evan are hosting the Angel Tree Project at Johnson's TaeKwonDo & Leadership Academy. Their mom, Elizabeth, contacted Social Services, and they gave us the names of 2 families that were in desperate need of holiday cheer. Pick up an ornament off of the tree in the front lobby and help to make someone's Christmas a little brighter this year. #leadership

My Martial Arts Journey by Hasitha Tatineni

My Martial arts journey Hasitha Tatineni To date, I had an amazing martial arts journey. I had lots of fun in every class and at the same time, I worked hard. There were many things I observed and learned in this journey. To start with, I learned different ways to defend myself (blocks, break fall). I also have some attacking skills now. Many of the TaeKwonDo tenets are helping me in my daily life. One of them is Perseverance. I try really hard not to give up on something that is tough. I get it done somehow. Self-control: I am in a better position to control my temperament. Humility: I learned the importance of being polite and showing respect to others, no matter who the other person is. I

Cary Karate Students Continue to Give Back

Johnson's TaeKwonDo & Leadership Academy and its affiliates made their Regional Championships here in the Triangle a huge success. Students from Apex, Morrisville, Raleigh, Jacksonville, Sanford, Chesapeake, and Northern Virginia came to compete in the tournament. As a show of community service, every student was challenged to bring in 2 cans of food for the Interfaith Mission in Cary, North Carolina. This is what we call taking it out of the Dojo and into the world. The result was that the students brought in between 200-250 pounds of food. #CommunityService

Cary Karate Students Continue to Give Back

Johnson's TaeKwonDo & Leadership Academy and its affiliates made their Regional Championships here in the Triangle a huge success. Students from Apex, Morrisville, Raleigh, Jacksonville, Sanford, Chesapeake, and Northern Virginia came to compete in the tournament. As a show of community service, every student was challenged to bring in 2 cans of food for the Interfaith Mission in Cary, North Carolina. This is what we call taking it out of the Dojo and into the world. The result was that the students brought in between 200-250 pounds of food.

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