Category: Programs

Scouting’s Top Priority – Keeping Children Safe

Understanding the national BSA ads and how you can share the Youth Protection message. It is important to emphasize that the safety of children in our programs is our absolute top priority. That’s precisely why, over many decades the BSA has developed some of the strongest expert-informed youth protection policies found in any youth-serving organization. […]

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Merit Badge Counselor’s Guide to Online Merit Badges

Please NOTE that this page and future updates have been moved to our Advancement Section. Merit badge counselors play a vital role in Scouting.  You offer your time, knowledge, and other resources so that Scouts can explore over a hundred different topics of interest.  That has always been a core part of Scouting and this […]

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Scouts BSA Resources

We are Scouts BSA February 1st is a historic day for the Boy Scouts of America.  Our Boy Scout program officially becomes Scouts BSA and our Troops for Girls will be formed. Below are some resources for use when recruiting and advertising our new Units. As a reminder please only refer to our new all-female […]

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Temporary Transition Rules for Girls Joining Troops

On February 1, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America will begin admitting girls into Scouts BSA. One of the characteristics of Scouting—for over a hundred years—is that no matter when you join, however long you stay, or the rank you attain, the Scouting experience prepares you for life. And for some, the pinnacle of their […]

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Stampede is coming!

  Stampede Flyer 2018 Time for a Stampede October 20, 2018 9:00am to 4:00pm Lunch from Noon to 1:00pm $2 for a hot dog lunch Shelter Building Orienteering (map and compass) BB, archery, and sling shot ranges Campfire and s’mores Fishing (bring your own pole) … and much, much more! Come for an hour Come […]

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Rich Szymanski Retires

Retirement of Rich Szymanski    The Mount Baker Council team will be losing the talents of our Program Director, effective on September 30, 2018. After a long career of service, I have the honor, privilege and personal regret to announce Rich Szymanski’s retirement from the Boy Scouts of America and his position as part of […]

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World Jamboree Informational Meeting

What is World Scout Jamboree? Who can attend? What is the cost? What is the time commitment to attend World Scout Jamboree? Want to meet the Contingent Jamboree Leaders? All these questions and more will be answered during our World Scout Jamboree Promotional Meeting. August 14, 2018 7:00pm Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints […]

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2019 Scout Summer Camp Reservations

Reservations for the 2019 Scout Summer Camp at Fire Mountain are now open! In 2019 we will be offering 6 weeks of Scout Camp Fun. July 7 – 13 July 14 – 20 July 22 – 27 (Monday start) July 28 – August 3 August 4 – August 10** August 11 – August 17** **Discount […]

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Cub Scout Day Camp

Camp Theme: Are you ready for some adventurous fun with your Cub Scout friends?  Join the “Cub Scout Passport To Adventure” this summer for a Day Camp filled with fun and discovery!  Scouts will spend the week building memories, experiencing cool hands-on STEM activities, and enjoying the outdoors! Camp Staff: There is no paid staff […]

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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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