Author: Gabrielle Hillgrove

Day Camp Prices Increase on June 1st!

All kids 1st – 5th grades are invited to say, “Scout Me In,” as they join the fun, adventure and character-building opportunities found in Cub Scouts.  Talk to your leaders about your Pack’s plans. Know someone who would like to attend camp but who isn’t a registered Scout?  Tell them to sign-up!  Youth do not […]

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Sign-up for Popcorn Kick-off!

Scout Popcorn Sale Orientation & Kickoff  Saturday, August 11, 2018  Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington Connected to Arlington High School 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd. Arlington, WA 98223 Sign up now for the 2018 Mount Baker Popcorn Sale! Registration on the Trails End website is also a commitment that your unit will be attending the […]

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Youth encouraged to say “Scout Me In”

From:  https://www.scoutingnewsroom.org/press-releases/scout-me-in/ The BSA Launches Historic ‘Scout Me In’ Campaign Inviting Girls and Boys to Experience Adventures Through a Cub Scout’s Point of View May 1, 2018 ‘Scouts BSA’ Also Unveiled as the Name of the Program for Older Boys and Girls to Ensure All Youth Are Welcome and Can See Themselves in Scouting Irving, […]

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Mount Baker Council Court of Honor and Recognition Dinner

Join the Mount Baker Council on Saturday, June 9th as we honor some of our outstanding volunteers at the Council Court of Honor. The Mount Baker Council is pleased to announce the following class of 2018 Silver Beaver Honorees. Oddvar (Arv) Aurdal – As Klahaya District Commissioner for the past 4 years, Arv helps guide […]

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Skagit County Good Scout Breakfast

The Mount Baker Council invites you to join us at our Skagit County Good Scout Breakfast. The Good Scout Breakfast is a community event which benefits Scouting’s character-building programs delivered to Skagit County Families. At this year’s Skagit Good Scout Breakfast we are pleased to announce Don Wick, retired Executive Director of the Economic Development […]

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Council’s All-Girl Dens Get Media Attention

Meet some of the girls in the Council’s all-girl Cub Scout Dens See the Everett Herald article and KING5 news links below about some new members of Cub Scout Packs 121 and 16 at Silver Lake Elementary in Tillikum District. The Everett Herald:  https://www.heraldnet.com/news/shes-an-eagle-scout-in-the-making/ Additional coverage can be found in a King 5 article: http://www.king5.com/mobile/article/news/local/girls-welcomed-to-local-cub-scout-pack/281-532351991 […]

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Twice the Fire Moutain, Twice the Fun!

What’s better than one week of Summer Camp? A second week at a discounted price! Scoutmasters!  The Mount Baker Council is thrilled to offer a fantastic opportunity for Scouts in your troop to attend a second week of Boy Scout Summer Camp at a significant savings. They will be able to earn merit badges, spend […]

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New Youth Protection Training Requirements

The Boy Scouts of America have released a fully updated Youth Protection Training to further strengthen our ability to protect youth.     Some of the changes include: Updated Youth Protection Training, including insights from experts and survivors and the latest strategies for recognizing and preventing major forms of abuse. This is the designated Youth […]

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Register for Wilderness and Remote First Aid Training

Wilderness and Remote First Aid Training April 19, 2018 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm April 26, 2018 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm April 28, 2018 – 8:00am to 6:00pm Cost:  $75.00 One of your Scouts is seriously injured on a 50-miler. You are hours or even days from the trailhead. Would you know what to do? Would […]

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Welcome our new Program and Camp Director

The Mount Baker Council is pleased to announce our new Program and Camp Director. Rich Szymanski will return to his home council as our Program and Camp Director, starting January 1st.  Rich graduated from Cascade High School in Everett, earning his Eagle here and serving on the Fire Mountain staff.  Rich then graduated from Cal […]

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