Caravan stop in Revelstoke draws Enthusiastic Group!
BC Baseball, British Columbia’s largest Grassroots baseball program continues its Player, Parent and Coaches caravan by making another stop at Revelstoke, BC, one of the newest locations of the Caravan. What a great turn out with over 110 participants who worked really hard and had a lot of fun.
One of the parents said, they love how the coaches are so enthusiastic and are a great example for show how coaches need to be at their practices so that enthusiasm carries over to the players.
Mandy McQuarrie President of the Revelstoke Baseball Association and her staff worked really hard to have a great turnout, the result was outstanding. Below is a link which Mandy describes what she thought about the camp after seeing two sessions.
President of the Revelstoke Baseball Association and their staff did an outstanding job getting the word out about the program and the result was a great turnout. Below is a link so you can hear Mandy talking about what she thought about the program.
The caravan had a great turnout of girls playing baseball in Revelstoke. It’s Great for Baseball Canada’s Women’s National Baseball team which continues to do a great job internationally as a result of the grassroots development in BC Baseball.
Revelstoke Minor Ball
Just wanted to let you know we really appreciate the efforts of BC Minor traveling up to Revelstoke to spend time with our players. We have been requesting this for two years and are so happy it finally happened. You can definitely put us on your annual schedule as we will have you back anytime!
We were very pleased with the turnout. We have 78 players registered with our association this year and 75% of registered players attended the caravan:) we also had a great show of support from parents and coaches. This is the first year in over a decade that Revelstoke has had a PeeWee team; it’s small but mighty! We are slowly re-building minor ball in our tiny community and are pleased that BC Minor can support us.
Thanks again for your efforts. They are appreciated.”