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Spring 2014 Newsletter

NWABA Makes Sports Happen Through Partnerships with Northwest Schools and Teachers

April 30, 2014 · · Spring 2014 Newsletter · 0 Comments

Partnership Spotlight NWABA programs happen because of partnerships. Teaming with schools and community groups throughout the region has truly multiplied NWABA’s ability to offer sports to blind and visually impaired students. One very strong partnership involves the Columbia Regional Program, which supports opportunities for Oregon students needing special services in Multnomah, Clackamas, Hood River and.

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Lions, Rebels and Wolverines Score Big at the Oregon Goalball State Championships

April 30, 2014 · · Spring 2014 Newsletter · 0 Comments

Program Spotlight On February 28th, Northwest Association for Blind Athletes (NWABA) partnered with Northwest Regional ESD, the Blind and Visually Impaired Student Fund and Baker Prairie Middle School to host the Oregon Youth Goalball State Championship Tournament at Baker Prairie Middle School in Canby, OR. Goalball is a Paralympic sport played by individuals who are.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Matt Hofftetter

April 30, 2014 · · Spring 2014 Newsletter · 0 Comments

Matt Hoffstetter Some volunteers are passionate about sports. Others are naturals at working with young people. Still others are inspired by working with individuals with visual impairments. Luckily, NWABA found someone who is committed to all of the above in Matt Hoffstetter. Matt, who is currently the Sales Director of Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce,.

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