Skyline students earn scholarships from True Martial Arts studio

July 29, 2015

NEW — 5:18 p.m. July 29, 2015

True Martial Arts in Sammamish recently announced four recipients of its 2015 Senior Scholarship awards.

Each student received $700 for college expenses by showing outstanding leadership and attaining high achievements at the studio. They were required to teach other students for at least two years, earn their Black Belt and train consistently.

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Not too little for long bike ride

August 13, 2013

Susheel Cheeti, of Issaquah, cruises on his bike July 13 during the Group Health Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic. By MarathonFoto

Susheel Cheeti, of Issaquah, cruises on his bike July 13 during the Group Health Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic.
By MarathonFoto

Since February, 11-year-old Susheel Cheeti has biked more than 1,400 miles. Of those, Susheel completed a little over 200 within 17 hours during the Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic over the weekend of July 13.

The recreational bike ride, sponsored by Group Health, hosts up to 10,000 riders in support of bicycle education, advocacy, commute and riding programs throughout the greater Puget Sound region. This was Susheel’s first year participating. According to M.J. Kelly, director of communications and marketing at the Cascade Bicycle Club, he was one of 137 Issaquah residents who participated in the event.

For the 11-year-old who just finished fifth grade at Cascade Ridge Elementary School, a lot of his determination for the 200-mile trek came from his five years of tae kwon do training at True Martial Arts in Sammamish.

“We have a mental requirement for every rank. A couple belts ago, it was no giving up,” he said.

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