Morgan Fencers v. Hunger

Written by Jensen Garcia |

Fencers Bouting Hunger boxHunger is one the major world problems. However, there are organizations working to fight it. Fencers Bouting Hunger is one of these organizations which encourages events to help world hunger through fencing clubs.  The Morgan School Fencing Club is joining in on this reform.

For every one of its home matches and their home tournaments, The Morgan School fencing will be collect “nonperishable food items” in the collection box. All the food will be “donated to the Community Food Pantry at the Episcopal Church of the Hole Advent in Clinton.” All spectators of Morgan and the other teams are asked to help out.

The following is a list of the upcoming home games.

February 3, 2015 – vs. Milford (6:00 pm)

February 5, 2015 – vs. Daniel Hand (5:30 pm)

February 12, 2015 – vs. North Haven (5:30 pm)

February 14, 2015 – Morgan Invitational

February 19, 2015 – vs. North Branford (6:00 pm)

February 24, 2015 – vs. Cheshire (6:00 pm)

March 3, 2015 – vs. Marine Science Magnet HS (5:30 pm)

The Morgan Fencing Club welcomes those to come and help with this cause and support the team.

2 responses to “Morgan Fencers v. Hunger

  1. This article was very interesting. I have never been to a fencing match before, but now that I know when they are I might attend one.


  2. I think this article gives attention to the fencing team as it shows all the dates of their matches. I think its really nice that they are raising money for charity and more sports teams should follow in their example.


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