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Thank You to Our Embracing the Vision Banquet Sponsors

The following individuals and businesses together helped covered the costs of the Camp’s two Embracing the Vision (ETV) banquets held last May in Bellevue and Everett. These dinners enabled us to share the story of what God is doing through WBC with the nearly 800 people who attended. As a result, many people were introduced to WBC for the first time, and more than $400,000 was raised for the ETV campaign.

We are so thankful for each person who attended the banquets, and for the many generous gifts and pledges that were received, and we are very grateful for the following sponsors who helped make these events possible.

Bookmarks Galore!, Bellevue
Christ Church Kirkland
Earth to Earth, L.L.C., Carnation
Preston and Laura Feight
John and Sally Glancy
Goehner Group, San Jose, CA
The David Goodnight family
Gordon Trepus Painting, Inc., Redmond
Hancuff Holdings, Inc., Woodinville
J. Patrick Mitchell, AIA/Associates Architect & Planner, Kirkland
Lu and Dee Jonson
Lakeville Construction, Inc., Bellevue
Lee Enterprises, Camano Island
The Ed McDowell Family
Moment of Clarity Window Washing, Everett
Stan and Nancy Nelson
Pacific Northwest Conference Free Methodist Church
Pitmar Tours, Surrey, BC
Remlinger Farms, Carnation
Arlene Scott
Stanwood Self Storage, L.L.C., Stanwood
Terry Greer, CPA, Stanwood
Thomas & Associates Insurance Broker, Inc., Stanwood
Eileen Voth
Wallace Properties, Inc., Bellevue
Warm Beach Senior Community
Warm Beach Camp Staff
Water & Wastewater Services, Mt Vernon
Glen and Eilene Zachry
Anonymous Sponsors

Please Help People Reconcile with God

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5 Ways to Grow Leadership Potential

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An Experience to Remember

The elderly gentlemen carefully took out his debit card as his date stared at him with excitement and joy. “You know, we’ve lived in the area a long time but have never been here before. Where should we go first?” As I took out a map, and explained some of the festival highlights, the woman’s eyes began to widen with anticipation. “Thank you so much. Have a great night and a very Merry Christmas!” I exclaimed as the couple folded ...
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