(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Fencer Tatijana Stewart, 14, of Pleasant View scores a point against her opponent coach Kenny Nopens at the Will Fence for Food fencing tournament that generated some $1800 in food and cash donations for food banks in Davis County, Saturday, January 4, 2014.
. For the tenth year, in lieu of entry fees, fencers from Utah and Idaho donate canned goods and cash of which all is donated to local food banks.
Will Fence for Food collects donations for Davis County food banks
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Jan 04 2014 07:16 pm • Last Updated Jan 04 2014 07:16 pm
The Will Fence for Food fencing tournament on Saturday collected food and cash donations for Davis County food banks.
In lieu of entry fees, more than 60 fencers from Utah and Idaho donated canned goods and cash to participate in the annual event at Wasatch Fencing in Kaysville, now in its 10th year.
"In years past this tournament has raised over a thousand dollars of food and cash donations", said Ron Hendricks, organizer of the event.
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