Terry Bibbins works with student Hunter Johnson, 8, at his studio, Bibbins Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts School in Palmetto. Bibbins works with children and adults with disabilities in his classes.
Terry Bibbins works with student Hunter Johnson, 8, at his studio, Bibbins Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts School in Palmetto. Bibbins works with children and adults with disabilities in his classes. ttompkins@bradenton.com
Terry Bibbins works with student Hunter Johnson, 8, at his studio, Bibbins Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts School in Palmetto. Bibbins works with children and adults with disabilities in his classes. ttompkins@bradenton.com

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