Patients benefit from broken boards

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Master Yoo’s World Class Tae Kwon Do, 14765 Hazel Dell Crossing, Suite 700, Noblesville, recently held its second Master Yoo’s Board Break-a-Thon at Westfield High School. For three hours, Tae Kwon Do students attempted to break more than 3,500 boards. The goal of this event is to raise funds to benefit the patients and families receiving treatment at the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent.

This year the school raised $29,000 for the hospital.

The opening ceremony featured Mayor Andy Cook and Police Chief Joel Rush as special guests. They each gave a small speech regarding the community’s effort to raise funds and awareness for the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. The ceremony also included an amazing performance by the school’s student demonstration team and master instructors.

For more information, visit www.masteryoosboardbreakathon.com.

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Patients benefit from broken boards

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Master Yoo’s World Class Tae Kwon Do, 14765 Hazel Dell Crossing, Suite 700, Noblesville, recently held its second Master Yoo’s Board Break-a-Thon at Westfield High School. For three hours, Tae Kwon Do students attempted to break more than 3,500 boards. The goal of this event is to raise funds to benefit the patients and families receiving treatment at the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent.

This year the school raised $29,000 for the hospital.

The opening ceremony featured Mayor Andy Cook and Police Chief Joel Rush as special guests. They each gave a small speech regarding the community’s effort to raise funds and awareness for the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. The ceremony also included an amazing performance by the school’s student demonstration team and master instructors.

For more information, visit www.masteryoosboardbreakathon.com.

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Patients benefit from broken boards

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Master Yoo’s World Class Tae Kwon Do, 14765 Hazel Dell Crossing, Suite 700, Noblesville, recently held its second Master Yoo’s Board Break-a-Thon at Westfield High School. For three hours, Tae Kwon Do students attempted to break more than 3,500 boards. The goal of this event is to raise funds to benefit the patients and families receiving treatment at the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent.

This year the school raised $29,000 for the hospital.

The opening ceremony featured Mayor Andy Cook and Police Chief Joel Rush as special guests. They each gave a small speech regarding the community’s effort to raise funds and awareness for the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. The ceremony also included an amazing performance by the school’s student demonstration team and master instructors.

For more information, visit www.masteryoosboardbreakathon.com.

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