The 11th Annual Teacup Nordic Club involvement with the WSSB (Washington State School for the Blind) winter sports program is March 7th & 8th, 2017. In conjunction with the USFS, Teacup Nordic will host the 9th annual WSSB XC Ski event.

Objective: Provide the WSSB students a safe, fun experience winter experience they might never ever have again!

Student Benefits: Enables students to gain more confidence, self esteem and more social interaction.

Educational Benefits: Enables students to learn about natural sciences and/or wildlife from USFS seminar by USFS Wildlife Biologists, Geologists, Foresters & other professionals.

Dates & Times: Tuesday 07 March times: 9:30 AM – 3PM; Wednesday 08 March times: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Volunteers/Training: We require 45 Volunteers per day. We will train You on how to interact with Blind and Visually Impaired students and teach them how to XC ski. We will provide You with a history of the program and provide training. If You have an interest in Volunteering, PLEASE contact 35 year Teacup member and former Board member Richard Fay

Thank You for your consideration, participation and commitment to volunteer to help the WSSB students have another great XC Ski event.

We volunteers feel we learn more from the WSSB about determination, perseverance, confidence, friendships, communication, happiness and life in general, than they do from us.