Join us for our Christmas Luncheon, Dec. 14
Everyone is welcome Saturday, Dec. 14, noon to 3 p.m. at Denny's in Federal Way.
Join us for food, mirth, and song as we celebrate the season and a great year.
The big takeaways: WCB is sending a letter to the Governor and Legislators to adequately fund transportation. We have new board members from the business sector and Eastern Washington. Next year, the youth conference will be a huge addition. A Puget Sound Braille Challenge is scheduled for March 1 at the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library. Danielle Miller, Project Manager/Librarian for WTBBL was honored with the One World Award for her outstanding service and commitment.
Rick Lewis should have the audio files edited and uploaded to the www.wcbinfo.org shortly. John Damitio should have photos cropped and ready to upload soon.
Thank you to Buffalo Wild Wings, Federal Way!
The staff and venue were fabulous. A big thank you to Seattle Police Officer Chris for donating three ride-alongs (one with the K9 unit). We raised $380 to help King County's first beep baseball team make it ot the World Series in Minnesota next year. Our long-term goal is to provide a means for young people dealing with vision loss and their families to pariticpate in sports. It's very important for kids to develop team skills and the confidence to go after their dreams.
Check out our latest promotional video.
Ways you can help the team
- Donate for travel expenses
- Donate for equipment
- Purchase a jersey or team t-shirt
- Try out or attend games
- Spread the word!
Seattle Times publishes article about our Sluggers!
2014 Officers elected to South King Council of the Blind
Outgoing President Sharon Schauer will pass the gavel to Gaylen Floy. Kelsi Watson will serve as Vice-President.
Shannon Curry will be our new Secretary and Kevin Daniel our Treasurer.
by sand blaster
A big thank you to Jim Ballard, a tactile artist, and Carolyn Meyers, braille instructor, for a great presentation.
From the Leaning Tower of Pisa to the constellations to bugs, we experienced it all.
In this YouTube video, Executive Director, Melanie Brunson, gives you the run down.