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June 25th, 2012
Issue 7, Volume 1
Did you know that 10 to 20 percent of all summertime respiratory-related hospital visits in some areas of
the U.S. are associated with ozone pollution? Motor vehicle exhaust, gasoline vapors, and chemical solvents
are major sources of ozone, which usually forms in hot weather. Ozone pollution can affect anyone who
spends time outdoors in the summer, particularly children, the elderly, outdoor workers and people
exercising. Repeated exposure to ozone pollution may cause permanent damage to the lungs. Even low
ozone levels can trigger health problems in some people when it is inhaled; these can include chest pains,
coughing, nausea, throat irritation, and congestion.
How Your Actions Can Help: By making some fairly simple changes in your daily or weekly routine, you
can help to clean the air. For instance:
Try taking an alternative form of transportation to work, such as a bus, train, bike, or even
walking. This simple action can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 1,500 pounds
Look for the "Energy Star" label when you buy new appliances. Depending on the appliance,
products with this label will consume between 13% and 40% less energy than conventional
appliances. Learn more about Energy Star products at energystar.gov.
Enroll in a green energy program. More and more utilities across the country are offering
consumers the option of having some or all of their household or business energy purchased from
renewable energy resources such as solar, wind and biomass.
Academy Student of the
“The Chosun One” for June 2012
Don’t forget! We will be
marching in the city of
Franklin’s 4th of July
parade! Following the
parade, there will be a
performance by the
Chosun BBA Demo Team,
so stick around after the
parade! There will ne NO
classes on July 4th or
5th, due to the holiday!
Teodora Drazic is a ten year old green stripe. Her
favorite kick is the stepside kick and her favorite
martial artist is Master Peterson! Her favorite
actress is Angelina Jolie and her favorite movie is
The Parent Trap. She loves to watch the Big Bang
Theory on TV and enjoys listening to her favorite
musician, Brad Paisley. Besides TKD, Teodora loves
tennis! Her favorite subject in school is math and if
she could, she would actually ask for longer math
time at school!
Congratulations Teodora! Keep up the good work!
WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE
See Master Peterson or Mrs. Van Ert for a registration form
Chosun Academy Softball
Every Sunday, during the
summer, Chosun Black Belt
Academy’s softball team
is playing at Konkel
Park, on Layton ave. in
Come out and cheer for
them! A schedule is
printed below with times.
SUNDAY JULY 1ST
SUNDAY JULY 8TH
SUNDAY JULY 15TH
Dates to Remember:
Thursday, June 28th - Baseball Day (Dress like a player or show your favorite MLB spirit)
Friday, June 29th - Belt Ceremony 6:00pm
Monday, July 2nd - Red, White & Blue Day (wear your patriotic colors to class)
Wednesday, July 4th-5th - Independence Day Parade (NO CLASSES)
Chosun Academy Birthdays!
Birthdays in June:
Bryce Lorbiecki - 6/25
Traci Beaudot - 6/27
Zeshan Mustansir - 6/28
UPCOMING SUMMER FUN DAY THEMES
Want to score some tickets for the summer picnic raffle? Here are
a few upcoming days that can help!
June 28th - Baseball Day (Dress as your favorite player or show
some team colors (as long as it’s not the Cubs*)! This was note was unfortunately
added by a Brewers fan.
Master Peterson is not therefore
all Cubs apparrel will receive
double tickets. :)
July 2nd - Red, White and Blue Day - Be patriotic and wear
something that shows off those colors)!
July 17th - Hat Day - Wear a hat to class!
* Cubs stuff is ok, too!
7123 S. 76TH STREET
Franklin, WI 53132
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