Aiming for Black

May 2009
FoodService Director;5/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p16
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The article features Kelly Friend, vice president of operation at the B&I division of Whitsons Culinary Group, and her passion for Karate. Her interest started with a self defense class attended by women in their neighborhood five years ago. Their teacher offered to create a formal class to teach them karate and since then, they meet twice a week. She mentioned that she studied Shaolin, which is considered the purest form of karate. She expressed her goal to earn a black belt by fall of 2009.


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