Author: Gabrielle Hillgrove

Leaving a Legacy

Making a Memorial Donation to the Mount Baker Council Making a memorial gift to Scouting in memory of, or in honor of a loved one or a respected associate, provides a lasting remembrance and it’s easy to do. Memorials are

Safety Moment: Creating a Bullying Free Culture in Scouting

As Scouters, we may feel uncertain about how to handle bullying when we see or hear it happening. We may respond in ways that don’t make the best use of the opportunity to teach a Scout the difference between appropriate

Scouting Alumni

The Alumni site is evolving, aiming to Rekindle Scouting Memories and providing a venue for folks to reconnect with Scouting to whatever extent they might wish. This is not a financial fundraising campaign, but rather, an opportunity to reinvest one’s passion

New Incident Reporting Requirements

As with all things in Scouting, the safety of our youth is our top priority. Should an injury, illness, or other incident occur during a Scouting activity it is imperative that mitigate the potential impacts by following mandatory reporting procedures.

Shooting Activities for Scouts

By Paul Visocky  This month I have decided to discuss what shooting sports activities are available for Scouts and how some of them may be accomplished at Fire Mountain.   Before I get into that I thought that I would discuss

A Message from our New Council President – Steven Davis

Mount Baker Scouters,  I’m excited to take on the opportunities and challenges as your new Council President.  At the Council Court of Honor, I delivered our State of the Council address to a room full of volunteers. We should be

Conservation Good Turn Program

Since 1910, conservation has been an integral part of the program of the Boy Scouts of America. The BSA has been a positive force in conservation and environmental efforts. Scouts have rendered distinguished public service by helping to conserve wildlife,

STEM and Scouts

STEM is part of an initiative the Boy Scouts of America has taken on to encourage the natural curiosity of youth members and their sense of wonder about these fields through existing programs. From archery to welding, Scouts can’t help

Clothes Our Camp Staff

Summer is just around the corner, which means fireworks, sunny days, and scout camp are on the horizon! We’ve recruited a fantastic camp staff for Fire Mountain this summer, and they’re eager to get to camp and get started.  Summers

Congratulations Jason Clark

Mount Baker Council Executive Board Member Named to Key Boeing Leadership Position  Jason Clark, a member of the Mount Baker Council Executive Board, has been named the new Boeing vice president and general manager of the 777 airplane program. He was