GOOD NEWS: Salvation Army offers safe, fun space

The Salvation Military associates with Erika Aquino who comes about to be a 2nd Diploma Black Belt.

Aquino has practiced Choose Kwon Do considering the fact that she was 12 yrs outdated. She is from Mexico and has lived in Odessa for the earlier 10 decades.

Her business is acknowledged as Aquino Taekwondo and was birthed for the duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The mission is to share Taekwondo lessons to the Hispanic community of Ector County whilst presenting Bilingual courses and acquiring virtues this sort of as humility, camaraderie, regard, self-manage amid other constructive teachings to encourage youngsters starting as early as 3 to 99 years of age. Aquino Taekwondo also features self protection classes to ladies.

Aquino Taekwondo satisfies at 5 p.m. just about every Tuesday and Thursday at The Salvation Military, 810 E. 11th St.

For people intrigued, may well contact Aquino at 432-254-5090.

The Salvation Military joins Aquino Taekwondo in providing this sport at our gym serving to regional kids and youth when hoping a person day in the upcoming to have an Olympic Champion whose dream began listed here in Odessa.

There is also availability of the community health club for Pickle Ball, basketball, volleyball, or even toddler showers, bridal showers or household occasions. For more facts, connect with 432-332-0738.