May 5, 2021
Volume 7, Number 17


 Celebrating Jewish American and Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

Fencers Club is excited to celebrate the diversity that makes our community special. Throughout May, we will be celebrating and highlighting Jewish and AAPI fencers that have made significant impacts on our sport and in our community. 

If you would like to highlight somebody who has made a significant impact in your fencing experience, please email us at
Reminder: Safety at Fencers Club
As vaccines become more readily available, it is still important that we do all that we can to keep our community safe and healthy. 

Regardless of vaccine status, all fencers, coaches, staff and guests at Fencers Club must wear a face mask. Fencers are further asked not to yell during bouts and to avoid eating at Fencers Club. 

If you have any questions or concerns about COVID safety at Fencers Club, please email us at
Locker Room Etiquette
As a reminder, please do not change on the fencing floor or between locker bays. Please only undress in the changing rooms. Shirts and bottoms must be worn at all times at Fencers Club.

Additionally, please do not leave personal fencing items outside of lockers. This includes on the floor in front of lockers or hanging on the outside of your locker. 

If you would like to rent a locker at Fencers Club, please see the front office or email
About Us
We are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the pursuit of excellence through the sport of fencing. Fencers Club is a place where people of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs can fence, learn, share resources, and make life-long friends.