Author: Gabrielle Hillgrove

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 President of the LDS Church approved the transfer of age-eligible young men from LDS-chartered Venturing […]

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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 Fire Mountain

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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 – $20.00 Registration fee after October 9th – $30.00 Child Care – $10.00 per child You […]

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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 best ways to stay informed. In this issue don’t miss the announcement for the Centennial Day […]

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Updated Boeing Matching Hours Flyer

Boeing has made some changes to their matching program.  You can read all about the changes and program on the matching flyer.  If you, or someone you  know, volunteers for Scouting and works for Boeing please make sure to take advantage of this program.  The funds raised through matching are of vital importance for the […]

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Community FOS Donor Appreciation – June 17, 2017

Community FOS Donor Appreciation Every year the Mount Baker Council recognizes those Scouting supporters who have donated $190 or more at one of our three Good Scout Breakfasts.  For those people who qualify the Council holds a Zip Lining, Boating, and BBQ event at Fire Mountain.  Supporters are contacted on an individual basis. June 17, […]

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Mountain Echo for May 2017

May 2017 Mountain Echo Register to attend the 2017 Mount Baker Council Centennial Court of Honor & Recognition Night Read the Key 3 Perspective Get information on the Mount Baker Summit Dinner and Centennial Auction Plus information on Summer Camps, Training, Properties, and much more!

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Pull for Scouting Sporting Clays Classic

Pull For Scouting 2017 The Mount Baker Council invites you to enjoy a rare opportunity to shoot a specially designed sporting clays course at Granite Falls Sportsman’s Club in Granite Falls, WA.  Shooters will enjoy a day of friendly competition, prizes, shooting games, raffles, and BBQ lunch.  12 and 20 Gauge Shotgun Shells are provided! […]

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Trails End Regional Seminar – May 03, 2017

Jump start your popcorn sales and get a “sneak peek” at what’s new for 2017! Whether your are a new Popcorn Kernal or an experienced popcorn veteran you’ll get something out of this seminar.  Learn the best practices of top selling Scout, Packs, Troops, and Councils. Invest a couple of hours of your time to […]

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Online Registration – What you need to know

Things to know about Online Registration for the Mount Baker Council 1. The National BSA has selected the Mount Baker Council to be a part of Wave 1 for online registration.  This is no longer just a beta program that we participated in for Aug. 2016–This is for real and here to stay.  The Unit […]

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