Baseball BC May Newsletter

May 11, 2017


Baseball BC's May 2017 – Issue #1 Newsletter is now published.  Read on for details on our exciting new contest where you can win a Vancouver Canadians weekend for you and your family!
 
Also featured in this issue is a recap on our Athlete Assistance initiative and Rally Cap Skills Day event, an update on NCCP Evaluator training and information on Baseball BC’s Open ID camps for high-performance athletes.
 
Download this month's edition at the link below:
 
https://baseball.bc.ca/uploads/files/newsletters/BaseballBCMay2017Final.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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