For those of you who wish to compete in the 8th Annual Bob white Invitational, the registration flyer can be downloaded here:

http://origin.library.constantcontac...onal+Flyer.pdf

Online registration is also officially open! Please encourage your students to register and pay online at

http://bobwhiteinvitational.com/registration.html

as soon as possible. We are limiting the number of competitors this year to 350 and we anticipate a full house. The first 300 students who register will receive a free gift bag and T-shirt.

We are excited to announce that we will be offering self defense divisions as well as special divisions for Kenpo 5.0 sparring.

The online registration fee is only $40 (registration on tournament day is $45) and it allows students to compete in forms, self defense, sparring and team sparring. A list of divisions is also available at

http://bobwhiteinvitational.com/divisions.html

In addition, because this is a charity event, we are always open for more sponsors. If you are interested or know someone who is interested in helping sponsor this event, please contact BWKS or see the information available on the tournament website.

As you know, all net proceeds from this event will be donated to the Royal Families Kids Camp (RFKC). The RFKC has completed over 25 years of providing a free week of summer camp for children ages 7 to 11, who have come from group homes and foster homes in the Southern California area. Further details can be found at

http://www.royalfamilykids.org.

This tournament is an invitational and we are proud to include you and your students. We would like to express again how much we at BWKS appreciate your participation in this event and your support of a great cause. Over the past 7 years we have been able to donate $311,000 to help abused and abandoned children start to build positive memories.

Please forward this flyer on to other people who may be interested in participating in the BWI.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions at vishal@bwkenpo.com.

For the kids,
Vishal Shukla