Tim Morehouse Fencing
Looking for a fun and challenging sport for your child this summer? Try fencing. It’s a sport of strategy that engages both mind and body. Fencing is great for speed, agility, strength and coordination, as well as self-discipline and self-confidence. Tim Morehouse Fencing Club, ranked 7th in the country for youth fencing, is now in Port Chester. The club teaches the Olympic sport of saber fencing — with classes, lessons and camps for competitors of all ages and ability levels. Campers learn from former Olympians and club founder U.S. Olympic Silver Medalist Tim Morehouse, three-time Olympic team member in ‘04, ‘08 and ‘12, a nine-time world team member and two-time individual U.S. National Champion. Summer camp runs Monday through Friday, from June 18 to August 30 from 10am to 3pm. Campers have the option to come on a weekly basis or on a day-to-day basis. The day begins with a warm up, games, drills and ends with team activities and bouting. Campers bring their lunch and take a break in the action at noon. All equipment is provided. For more information, visit timmorehousefencing.com or call 317-886-8243.