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The Cayman Associated School of Karate holds its third and final Youth Graduation of the year at its headquarters at the King’s Sport Centre this weekend.

This extremely exciting and important event will see over 90 youths being promoted to the ranks of white through brown belt. There will be two graduation ceremonies on Saturday, 10.30am-11.30am and 12.00pm-1pm and family members are welcome to view the classes.

Since 2006, Sensei Greg Reid, Chief Instructor has been building the high-level Youth Programme at CASK with hopes of developing a national competition team to represent the Cayman Islands in future years. CASK also offers women’s only and adult co-ed karate programmes year-round at King’s.

CASK teaches one of the four main legitimate styles of Japanese karate in the world called Wado.

Sensei Greg said: “Karate is a great activity for youths to be involved in not only because of the self-defence, but also the excellent discipline, respect, leadership and other valuable life skills that youngsters learn.

For more information about CASK call Sensei Greg Reid on 925-3367.

For more information about CASK visit call Sensei Greg Reid on 925-3367.

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