Two students from Sallee’s Family Taekwondo of Hodgenville recently were promoted to the American Taekwondo Association trainee instructor program.
These students will be responsible for teaching Taekwondo under the direct supervision of the school’s owner/head instructor, Randal Sallee Jr. and David Perkins, assistant instructor.
Bill Marcum is a brown belt who resides in LaRue County. He has been with the school about two years and works for Hardin Memorial Hospital’s physical therapy department. Marcum attended more classes than any other student at the school last year.
Bill Wilson is a first-degree blackbelt who joined Sallee’s about a year ago from another style. He plans to continue his martial arts journey in the ATA. A great example for the younger students, he exemplifies both dedication and perseverance. Wilson also works for the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department, as a deputy sheriff.
These men join current instructors David and Dorothy Perkins, Kayla Sallee and Randal Sallee Jr.