January 2018 Newsletter - Whats Ahead & In Memory of Wayne Norton

January 24, 2018


Baseball BC's January 2018 Newsletter is now published.  This edition features a piece on Wayne Norton, a pioneer and builder of our sport who recently passed away after a courageous struggle with ALS.
 
A call to action for umpiring in 2018, updated championship information, and NCCP partnership opportunities are also highlighted.

Information and registration for Baseball BC's Spring Break Camp - which sold out in 2017 - is also available.

Download this month's edition at the link below:
 
https://www.baseball.bc.ca/uploads/files/newsletters/BaseballBCJan2018Final.htm 

We are always looking to feature content from within the baseball community.  If you or your program would like to be featured in an upcoming edition, or if you have any feedback on this publication, please get in touch with Baseball BC Communications Coordinator Phil Bourgeois (phil@baseball.bc.ca or 604-315-2397)


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