Karate Girl age 4
Funny Letter from Katrina Sarac

Karate Girl Katrina Sarac, granddaughter of Master Allen Sarac of Professional Karate Centers in Las Vegas and Henderson Nevada begins her journey into the world of girls self defense. In this short article we attempt to get her feelings on the endeavor, only to have her plea for your help at the end

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Hello, my name is Katrina. I am 4 years old, almost five! I just want to say that I want to be a Black Belt like my mommy and my grandma before her. Both were trained by my grandpa, Master Allen Sarac.

I started karate classes in November of 2012. On February 5, 2013 I will be taking my first karate test to become a yellow belt with stripe




I have already been in one karate tournament where I took a 2nd place in Sparring and a third place in Kata competition







I love karate and I have a lot of friends there. My best friend is Jordan Casey, he is 6 years old.

The most fun part of karate is sparring. That's where I can kick and punch my Grandpa in class and he won't hit me back hard!

When I grow up, I want to be a karate teacher and marry a fireman. I also want to type this myself so Grandpa Sarac quits saying that I can't marry until I'm 40!


I will write more later when I take my test and hopefully get my new belt

PLEASE wish me Luck!








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