PMA Karate to hold second annual board-breaking event

Karate students from Sicamous, Salmon Arm, and Enderby will be meeting at the Downtown Activity Centre in Salmon Arm…

On Saturday, Nov.  30, Provincial Martial Arts is hosting its second annual board-breaking event.

Karate students from Sicamous, Salmon Arm, and Enderby will be meeting at the Downtown Activity Centre in Salmon Arm from 1 to 3 p.m. to show off their board-breaking skills to family and friends.

For more information, call Holly Raczynski at 250-832-2406.


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