PHOTO: Third generation black belt

Kancho Randy Huard, right, and Mackenzie Huard, 20, left. (photo by Mark Huard)

Kancho Randy Huard started Huard’s Martial Arts School in 1966. This was at a time when there were very few Dojos in the area. He built the school on a foundation of loyalty, discipline and respect.

Over 55 years later, he is still teaching those same values to his students and through his students. On January 7, 2022, there was a very special milestone, as it was the beginning of the third generation of Huard’s family black belts. Mackenzie Huard, 20, has worked extremely hard and earned a black belt. He has now joined the fellowship started by his grandfather all those years ago. This was a special night for the family that will be cherished forever.

 
 

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