The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has been molding leaders for more than 109 years. Learn about our mission and how your child can join Scouting.

100th Anniversary


Leaders are the backbone of our program. Learn about training, camping, and other resources to make leadership a breeze.


Whether you earned your Eagle 60 years ago or last month; if you were a leader or camp staff; maybe you served on the Board or earned your Wood Badge. Alumni are an integral part of Scouting.

Support Scouting

Without you our mission cannot be accomplished. There are many ways to support Scouting in your area. From buying popcorn, attending our Sporting Clays event, supporting our fabulous Auction, or becoming a Friends of Scouting (FOS) donor you make a difference.


Adventure Week is set up for Individual Scouts interested in an adventure experience focused on our most popular programs:

Survival Adventure
Shooting Sports Adventure
Aquatics Adventure
COPE and Climbing Adventure
EagleQuest Adventure


Club Members have the opportunity to regularly support the Council. You pick your own club level. Each Club level has unique recognition packages! Learn about how the FMSC Club can be part of your yearly giving.

250,000 Good Turns

Join Mount Baker Council and National BSA as we “Do a Good Turn Daily” in our Communities! Help us clean up beaches and waterways in our region as we deliver:
3400 hours of service as a team

Join Scouting

The BSA’s mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

It's Time for Popcorn

Popcorn is a great way for our Scouts to learn entrepreneurial skills and gain confidence. Scouts learn marketing, money management, and independence as through in-person and online avenues as the community Supports Scouting.

Restart Scouting

The tools and resources you need to get your Unit Scouting again during this pandemic. Make sure your Unit is following the guidelines and recommendations from the BSA, and state and federal government.


Not only does every youth deserved a trained leader, but each leader deserves to be given the knowledge and training they need to fulfill their role. Visit our training page to see upcoming training opportunities. Position specific training, along with Youth Protection Training, can be completed at my.scouting.org.

Every Wednesday at 5:00 PM we will be hosting a ScoutByte discuss covering an important topic for adults and parents.  What is a ScoutByte?  It is a 15-minute presentation followed by a question and answer period, allowing you to get valuable information without taking up a large part of your day.

Wednesdays at 5:00 PM

Upcoming Topics

  • June 16th – How to Take Your Unit Boating
  • June 23rd – “One Hour a Week”: Volunteering for Council Program Committees
  • June 30th – I’m From the Council and I’m here to help. Your Unit Commissioner
  • July 7th – News from Camp
  • July 14th – News from Camp
  • July 21st – News form Camp
  • July 28th – News from Camp

Cub Scouts

Boys and Girls from Kindergarten through 5th grade.

Scouts BSA

Boys and Girls
Ages 11 to 18



Co-ed Youth
Ages 14 to 20

Sea Scouts

Co-ed Youth
Ages 14 to 20


Co-ed Youth
Ages 14 – 20


Adult volunteers make the programs work

Everett Service Center

Everett Service Center
1715 100th Pl SE, Suite B
Everett, WA 98208
Phone: 425.338.0380
Service Center and Trading Post Hours:
  • Open Store Hours: M-F 9:00 am to 11:30 am and 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Closed Store Hours: M-F 11:30 am – 12:30 pm as well as Saturdays.

The Everett Service Center is closed on certain Fridays and Holidays. Please visit our information page or check our social media for dates.

The Bellingham Service Center is closed until further notice. Email mbctradingpost@scouting.org to place an order.