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MIMA students prepare for black belt tests and beyond

Students at Mercer Island Martial Arts will be testing for their black belts on Jan. 19. Six of them will be going for their black belt, while another three will be testing for their second black belt. - Contributed photo
Students at Mercer Island Martial Arts will be testing for their black belts on Jan. 19. Six of them will be going for their black belt, while another three will be testing for their second black belt.
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Mercer Island Martial Arts will be hosting a special community evening on Jan. 19 in honor of their 19th anniversary. The evening will feature the largest black belt test on the Island with 10 students taking the test.

The community is invited to come watch the testing and learn about the studio. The event begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19 at Mercer Island Martial Arts, located at 2630 77th Ave SE, Suite 106-108.

The testers include: Cameron Lee, Abby Moss, and Nathan Jackson, Ena Wang, Galen Moller, Nate Copely, Eric sams, Walker Nelsen, Victoria Harris, and Eben Diederick.

 

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