Since 1963 our club has been serving the Cascade/Fairwood community of Renton, WA. Located in the shadow of Mount Rainier our baseball fields are found at the corner of 116th & 168th in the Cascade Shopping district. Originally founded as Cascade Vista Athletic Club in 1963, we offered a country club type athletic program including equestrian, swimming, soccer, baseball and softball programs for all ages. Over the years the club has decreased in size to only include baseball currently for boys and girls. Our current baseball program has continued to grow and develop over the years to be one of the only Pony baseball clubs in the Northwest offering T-Ball through High School aged children.
As we continue to develop and expand our baseball program our goal is to continue to offer low fees for pay-to-play baseball. Our Board of Directors is committed to making our baseball program easily accessible no matter what financial constraints families may face. We pride ourselves on providing full and partial scholarships to all families in need to make sure that every kid has the chance to learn and participate in baseball.Mission Statement
It shall be the purpose of Cascade Vista Baseball (CVAC) to foster the overall development of boys and girls, aged three through eighteen years old, within our official boundaries, and help them become model citizens by exposing them to a program that promotes teamwork, fair play and good sportsmanship.
The Organization shall prudently and professionally conduct all of its affairs with the well-being and best interest of the children in mind, and in so doing, shall remain absolutely non-political, though proudly patriotic. In keeping with its main purpose, CVAC shall welcome partnerships and cooperative agreements with organizations having mutual interests in children and community.
CVAC is a Pony affiliated baseball club started in 1963 serving students who live within the Renton, Kent, Tukwila and surrounding areas. We are the only Pony baseball club in the Northwest Region to offer T-ball to players starting as young as 3 years-old.
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