Head coach and founder Charles Randall is at the helm of a highly decorated staff of fencers that teaches the sport of saber fencing to legions of participants new and old. His team’s efforts have earned the facility a spot in the United States Fencing Association and bragging rights for two-time National Saber Champion and resident instructor Malia Hee. Potential saber-wavers can sign up for classes for all experience levels to develop agility, balance, discipline, and problem-solving. Whatever their sword-wielding powers, all fencers learn new skills in a specialized, air-conditioned facility complete with a floor that reduces stress on the ankles, knees, hips, and emotions.
Under the high ceilings of a warehouse dating back to the 1970s, the Salem Fencing Club team leads training sessions and competitions for its members and guests. A nonprofit organization, Salem Fencing Club aims to share the honor, chivalry, and respect integral to this historic sport with its community. To that end, they provide classes for various skill levels and organize children's day camps, filling them with lessons, crafts, games, and campfires, during which students are trained to fight the urge to toast marshmallows on their épées. Though the facility is decades old, the sparring space has been updated to include virtual scoring and overhead reel-less systems.
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