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Pay close attention this coming week as the potential deficit caused by tax cuts could significantly impact federal spending programs like vocational rehabilitation, Medicare and Medicaid.

Gearing up for 2018

Fire up the gray matter. Strut your skills. Join a committee, write an article, or make some waves. News you can use in our quarterly Newsline

Convention highlights

With a tighter budget and new officers, we set course for the new year.
This year WCB awarded $17,800 in college scholarships to eight recipients. Congratulations!

Keep checking this site for convention audio.

The WCB 2017 Convention Program
2017 Vendor List

WCB Leadership Training begins in January

The WCB Leadership Institute is designed to elevate you to a place where service to others is a daily journey – a journey where you leave a mark on the lives of others. Institute participants will engage in a number of activities, conversations and soul searching. If interested, contact Steve Fiksdal pronto.

Photo of nine smiling leadership participants wearing WCB t-shirts.

Beep Baseball gaining momentum in Washington

Fielder on one knee raises ball over his head.
Slugger raises the ball to make an out.

Teams
Tacoma Tide motto is “Never Stop Rising”
Spokane Lion Pride plays various organizations in the area.
Seattle South King Sluggers attend the Beep Baseball World Series in Florida
Wenatchee Blind Bats are getting good media coverage

Will we see a Beep Baseball World Series in the Northwest by 2020?

Beep Ball Clubs of Washington State (BBCWS) is currently taking nominations for board members. If you are interested simply go to beepball.org to get the details. If interested in playing or volunteering on a team, contact your local chapter.

Sluggers Manager Kevin Daniel interviewed at the 2017 Beep Baseball World Series.

New chapters going strong

In the last couple years we’ve welcomed Skagit / Island Counties Council of the Blind, Wenatchee Valley Council of the Blind (WVCB), Beep Baseball Clubs of Washington State (BBCWS).

With chapters across the state offering local activities and advocacy, you can make your voice heard. To find a chapter near you visit our Chapters page.

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