Flushing teens to be recognized for summer of service

This coming Saturday, Sept. 26, teens at Korea Taekwondo will be recognized for their their service projects, which they completed over the summer. The projects include fundraising for the Powerhouse School Program (a free Saturday Program for NYC Children ages 4-14 years old), picking up trash at Flushing Meadow Corona Park, and beautifying the Promise International Ministries property at the College Point Corporate Park.

“My mom and dad would probably yell at me if I just spent the whole summer watching tv and texting with my friends,”said Cion Kang, a 1st dan black belt. “And this is more fun anyway because I get to be with my friends and help people at the same time.”

KOREA  Taekwondo will have Grand Opening House Day on Saturday Sept. 26 from 3-6 p.m., hosted by the Flushing Chamber of Commerce. On that day, Flushing Chamber will give award to the team and elective officials will have mini Taekwondo lesson. For more information, visit http://ktkd.nyc/.

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