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Chatham Gets its Taekwondo, Strawberries, Muscle Cars and More at 2018 Fishawack Festival

Master Kim of World Champions K Taekwondo leads a demonstration at Reason Park on Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham
Amul Modi, the owner of Dunkin Donuts in Chatham, designed this donut for the Fishawack Run Credits: TAP Chatham
The Chatham Club offered a chance to get in shape without losing any weight Credits: TAP Chatham
Vicki Fife takes in some shade with her dog, Lou, at Fishawack Credits: TAP Chatham
Fishawack vendors on Fairmount Avenue Credits: TAP Chatham
Weichert Realtors supported Chatham Baseball's fundraiser Credits: TAP Chatham
Gail Paradise and Doris Sheats put together strawberry shortcakes at Ogden Memorial Presbyterian Church's Strawberry Festival Credits: TAP Chatham
Eric and Kathy Andreassen get the first strawberry shortcakes at the Ogden Church Strawberry Festival Credits: TAP Chatham
Jeff Sacco's 1967 GTO was on display at Fishawack after spending 30 years in storage Credits: TAP Chatham
Jeff Davis of Specialized Auto Craft stands by the 1967 GTO that he painted black some years ago Credits: TAP Chatham
Fishawack attendees participate in Master Kim's Taekwondo demostration Credits: TAP Chatham
Mary Lord and Mary McNiff of Mary Kay have helped raise more than $57,000 for Operation Sunscreen since they joined in with Jersey Cares to send sunscreen overseas to U.S. Troops Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham Fishawack attendees relaxed under the shade provided near the train station Credits: TAP Chatham
Part of the entertainment at Fishawack in the Kids Zone Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - A Taekwondo demonstration by Master Byung Uk Kim, a strawberry festival at Ogden Church and a 1967 GTO owned by a Chatham resident highlighted the wide variety of attractions offered at the 2018 Chatham Fishawack Festival on Saturday.

Master Kim of World Champion's K Taekwondo in Chatham had kids breaking boards with their hands during his demonstration in Reasoner Park; Ogden Memorial Presbyterian Church held its Strawberry Festival and the car show brought out a 1967 muscle car owned by Jeff Sacco, which he had kept in storage for 30 years.

Master Kim holds a Taekwondo demonstration at Reasoner Park during Fishawack

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Chatham youngsters split wood with their hands during Taekwondo demonstration at Fishawack

Chatham kids get a chance to "break" into Taekwondo at Fishawack Festival


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