Ambler Area YMCA GKK karate held a Spring testing event on Friday & Saturday, June 1 & 2nd
Ambler Area YMCA GKK karate held a Spring testing event on Friday & Saturday, June 1 & 2nd, 2018. A total of 16 people received promotions with the assistance of 8 blackbelts and Sensei Kane. A number of students were unable to attend formal testing and will be examined individually in the coming weeks. 5 new students received their GKK patches. Congratulations to all.
Mr. Bill Handren Promotion
It is my pleasure to announce that as a result of a recent evaluation Mr. Bill Handren was promoted to go-dan in Goju-Ryu Karate-Do.
GKK India Promotion
On June 4th 2013 Vipool Dasani was promoted to Roku Dan by the GKK headquarters promotional board. Sensei Vipool is the co-National Director of India and has been a member since 2002. He currently has 6 dojo(s) with 17 Dan(s) and 75 Kyu(s). Please extend your congratulations on a job well done.
GKK India Promotion
“On August 14th 2013 Bhadresh Dave was promoted to Roku Dan by the GKK headquarters promotional board. Sensei Bhadresh is the co-National Director of India. He currently has 11 dojo(s) with 48 Dan(s) and 153 Kyu(s). Please extend your congratulations on a job well done. “
Cumberland Gap Training and Camping Weekend
This year’s trip to Cumberland Gap for camping and training was even more fun than last year’s trip. This year my wife Paula, my son Andrew, and I took our 4 grandchildren, Paula Kay, Brittany, John, and MaryAnn, along with us. We moved up a little this year and rented a camper that included sleeping quarters for each of us and air-conditioning. This was a real treat after last year with setting up tents and sleeping on the ground. With the camper, we just backed it into the site and hooked up the electric and we were done ………. Nice!!!
We arrived on the 6th around 2 PM and met up with Mr. Kim Barrington and Tricia Ballweg. They were the first ones to arrive, so after we set up at our site, we spent the afternoon waiting for the rest of our group to show up. Everyone else started arriving around 4 or 5 PM. Mr. Ken Maunz and his group were the next to arrive. By the time everyone was moved in and set up, it was a little late to train, so we just passed a little social time and called it a day .