Author: Gabrielle Hillgrove

Lion Program Receives Some Changes

There are some exciting updates to the Lion program that we’d like to share with you.  The requirement for a minimum number of boys to form a den has been lifted. While we strongly encourage den sizes of 6 – 8

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Don’t Let Paperwork Mess Up Advancement

Don’t hold onto those new Scout registrations until Recharter! For any Scout to earn their rank or advancement, Scouts must be registered and units must submit Internet Advancement paperwork at the time of purchase. Advancement Coordinators:  If Scouts are not

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Herd your Scouts to Stampede

Our Annual Cub Scout Stampede is happening on October 21st! Stampede gives Cub Scouts a fun day to visit Fire Mountain.  Talk to Scouts around with world by visiting Jamboree of the Internet.  Bring your fishing pole and see if

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Updated Charter Renewal System

Welcome to Charter Renewal Season! The BSA has implemented a new system for Charter Renewals.  Please make sure you review the instructions found in your renewal packet.  Charter Renewal packets will be available at your October Roundtable meeting. Charter Renewal

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2017 Membership Fee Increase

2017 Membership Fee Increase The mission of the Boy Scouts of America 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. To

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Mount Baker Council Centennial Summit Dinner and Auction

Join the Mount Baker Council for our Centennial Summit Dinner and Auction! Saturday, September 30, 2017 Tulalip Resort Hotel and Spa 10200 Quil Ceda Blvd Tulalip, WA 98271 This auction aims to exceed $100,000 in celebration of the Mount Baker

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LDS-Sponsored Venture Crews and Varsity Teams Membership Transfers

In May 2017, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced it was no longer utilizing the Venturing and Varsity programs of the Boy Scouts of America effective December 31, 2017. To facilitate this transition, the Young Men’s General

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2018 Summer Camp Reservations Are Open

The Beach!  The Food!  The Lake! The Zip Line! There are so many reasons to join us at Fire Mountain for Summer Camp. Troop Reservations for the 2018 Summer Camp are being accepted. Reservation Form The fun doesn’t stop at

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University of Scouting – Registration is Live

University of Scouting October 28, 2017     |    Haller Middle School     |     8:15am to 4:15pm Registration opens at 7:30am Child Care closes at 4:30pm Register Online To register you will need to create an individual account. Registration fee before October 9th –

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June/July Mountain Echo

Did you receive the June/July version of the Mountain Echo?  The Echo is full of Council information, a list of our newest Eagle Scouts, training information, and a message from our Key 3.  Reading the Echo is one of the

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