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Royal and Government Recognition for Scottish Karate Print E-mail
Written by Jim Miller   
Thursday, 13 September 2007


Mr  James A Miller and Mr Donald MacInnes

                                  Royal and Government Recognition for Karate

Royal Recognition for Karate

5th July 2007

Mr Miller Executive Administrator received an invitation from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and H.R.H Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh to attend a royal reception at The Palace of Holyrood in recognition for his contribution to Scottish life in the development of karate.

At the reception Mr Miller representing Scottish Karate was formally introduced to Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.

Scottish Government recognition

30th June 2007
The Chairman Mr Donald MacInnes and the Executive Administrator Mr James A Miller were invited to attend the 3rd opening of the Scottish Parliament on the 30th June. This is the first time that Scottish Karate has been invited to such a prestigious event, in recognition of the development that the Scottish Karate Governing Body has made.

Mr MacInnes represented Scottish Karate at the opening of the Parliament where he was introduced to H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Mr Miller took part in the Riding process.

Scottish Karate would like to thank Sportscotland for the nominations.

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