Mrs Kristine Ferraro: 4th Dan Testing - Breaking
2 Tiles Downward Punch / 4 Boards 180 Back Piercing Kick
Mr. Ed Garneau: 2nd Dan Testing - 2/26/2011
4 Tiles Downward Knifehand / 5 Boards Standing Side Piercing Kick
Mr Caleb Kennedy, 1st Dan Testing - 2/26/2011
1 Board Downward Knifehand
Trinity Taekwon-Do Black Belt Testing
Mrs. Pam Neidig Promoted to 7th Dan Master Instructor
2011 Maestas Team Tournament - Trinity Taekwon-Do Winners
2010 Meastas Champions
Trinity Taekwon-Do is proud to announce the promotion of Master Pamela M. Neidig (VII).
On Saturday, February 26, 2011 Grandmaster C.E. Sereff IX, President of the United States Taekwon-Do Federation (USTF) promoted and awarded Mrs. Neidig with her 7th Dan Black Belt.
This event was attended by many other distinguished USTF dignitaries and personnel. Other members of the test board included: Senior Master Renee Sereff, Senior Master Paul De Baca, Senior Master Robert Neidig, Senior Master Stan Martin, Master Kirk Steadman and Master Dan Griffin.
Also participating in this Black Belt Testing at Trinity Taekwon-Do were:
- Mrs. Kristine Ferraro - 3rd Dan Candidate
- Mr. Ed Garneau - 2nd Dan Candidate
- Miss Kim Meewis - 1st Dan Candidate
- Mr. Paul Kneusel - 1st Dan Candidate
- Mr. Jakob Miller - 1st Dan Candidate
- Mr. Caleb Kennedy - 1st Dan Candidate
Trinity Taekwon-Do is certainly blessed and honored to witness this event and benefit from the continued guidance of Master Neidig.
Additional photos and video are available within the full article. Stay tuned for these updates.
On February 22, 2011 Trinity Taekwon-Do conducted its first color belt testing for 2011. Over forty (40) students were eligible for promotion. Dual testing boards were run to work through all the ranks and in the end... all the students excelled and showed their "Trinity Spirit".
Mr. Jason Eckhardt (3rd Gup) was awarded high test score and Miss Jeannie Cox (2nd Gup) was recognized as the "Most Improved Student" by Senior Master Neidig.
Mrs. Pamela Neidig Promoted to 7th Dan Master Instructor