BVA Bulletin Spring 2013 Issue

Welcome to the online version of the Spring 2013 BVA Bulletin. An archive of previous issues extending three years back is also available. For information or entries in issues prior to 2006, contact Stuart Nelson at BVA National Headquarters, 800-669-7079, Ext. 316. Please note that any contact information, including mailing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and websites may be out of date.

The Monroe Street Bridge is a reinforced concrete deck arch structure that spans the Spokane River, offering a breathtaking view of the rushing water of Spokane Falls. The historic bridge was originally built in 1911 and reconstructed for the third time in 2005 to its original appearance. It is an iconic symbol of the City of Spokane, site of the BVA 68th National Convention. Photo courtesy of Ben Tobin, Visit Spokane.
The Monroe Street Bridge is a reinforced concrete deck arch structure that spans the Spokane River, offering a breathtaking view of the rushing water of Spokane Falls. The historic bridge was originally built in 1911 and reconstructed for the third time in 2005 to its original appearance. It is an iconic symbol of the City of Spokane, site of the BVA 68th National Convention. Photo courtesy of Ben Tobin, Visit Spokane.

In This Issue...

 

Legislative Update - by Tom Zampieri

President’s Page - by Sam Huhn

Spokane: Productive And Fun for All - By Christina Hitchcock

Administrative Director Sets Forth Procedures - By Brigitte Jone

BVA 68th National Convention Preliminary Schedule of Events

BVA Mourns Death Of Pioneer Giant

Discoveries of Friendship, Trust, and Enduring Love - by Steve Bassett

VIP Fishing Program: A Secret Too-Well Kept - by David VanLoan

Navigating Life’s Path Together

Around BVA

Auxiliary's View - by Darian Slayton Fleming

From the Field Service Staff - by Judith Bouton

Chaplain's Corner - by The Reverend Clyde Jackson

Of Note

Letters to the Editor

In Remembrance

Final Thought