Thanks to community for support of event

Dear Editor Professor Don Jacob and his Grading Team were on the West Coast recently testing and teaching Purple Dragon students. Students learned about discipline and had the opportunity to work one-onone with the martial arts grand master. All students were successful in moving up in rank. Many thanks to Professor Jacob for traveling all the way from Trinidad and Tobago to our community.

Big thanks to The Whiskey Landing for providing accommodations for Professor Jacob and the Grading team. Big thanks also to our many sponsors: Black Rock Resort , Sobo , Norwoods , The Ucluelet Aquarium , The Place TV , The Float House , Gray Whale Deli , Subtidal Adventures , Ocean Pet Supplies , Jiggers , Cobella , Matterson House , Green House Market, Murray’s Grocery , The Ucluelet Co-op , Solidarity Snacks , Ukee Juice , Cap’N Hook, Pina , Farwest Wholesale , Long Beach Surf Shop , Relic Surf Shop , Petro-Can , Harbour Pizza , Ukee Dogs , and: Jen Adamson, Drew Ryan, Kim Clarke, Garth Cameron, Stefan Shu , Sara McArthur, and Andy Keeling.

Purple Dragon Senpai Ian Shu

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