Pilchuck District serves all of North & East Snohomish County, Camano Island and Skykomish

April Roundtable

is at Cavelero Mid High School


Pilchuck District Pinewood Derby is
Saturday, April 13th at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe.

Check in begins at 10 am

Racing begins at 11 am

The top three winners from each Pack are invited to participate.

The 2024 amazing Cub Scout “Outdoor Adventure” Day Camp program will offer the camp experience your Cub Scout wants! 

Pilchuck Day Camps will be August 7 – 9 at Harvey Field (Snohomish) & August 14 – 16 at Twin Cities Sports Club (Stanwood)!

Click this link to Register today!

Council Court of Honor

Fire Mountain Scout Camp

Sunday, May 19, 2024

The Mount Baker Council is blessed with many eager and dedicated volunteers. Join us on Sunday, May 21st as we honor outstanding volunteers for their contribution to the Council and the community by awarding them the Silver Beaver service award.  We will also be honoring some outstanding Scouts and Scouters for other key achievements in 2023. 

All past Silver Beaver recipients are encouraged to attend the Silver Beaver Alumni Reception (2:00 pm start) and greet the 2024 Silver Beaver class.  Please wear your medals!

You can show your support of our Silver Beaver recipients when your purchase a 2024 Commemorative Silver Beaver Shoulder Patch (or more than one!) for $50 – Only 50 available!

Attendee fees:  $15 a person or $25 for Attendee and Guest.  

Register by Friday, May 19th.19

District Committee

Nominating Committee Chair – 

ChairmanEric Jorgensen

CommissionerKen Young

Finance Chair – 

     Popcorn Kernel – 

     Council Auction RepEthan Brewer

Membership Chair – Mike Messer

Program Chair Dave Wright

     Activities & Civic Service Chair –  Al Schreiber

     Advancement & Recognition ChairScott Drown

          Eagle Service Projects ReviewChris Osborn

          Eagle Boards of Review CoordinatorScott Drown

     Camping (Outdoor Program) Chair – Linda Wright

           Day Camp Director – Roland Roth
           Day Camp Program DirectorLinda Wright

           OA Chapter AdvisorDarrell Moss
           OA Chapter Chief – Andrew D.

     Training Chair – Mac McCormick

Unit Service ExecutiveBill Slater

To reach specific volunteers click on their name to start your email program

District Calender

April 11 – Roundtable   7 pm

  • Roundtables are for ALL adults who work with the youth of our communities. There will be breakouts for Cub Scout Leaders and Scouts BSA Leaders. Adults of Units that aren’t registered are also welcome to attend and participate. This month Roundtable will be at Cavelero Mid High School, 8220 24th St SE in Lake Stevens. We are gathering in the Library.
April 11  – OA Chapter Meeting @ Roundtable Location
April 12-13 – BALOO & IOLS Training
   Fire Mountain Scout Camp
April 13 – District Pinewood Derby
   Evergreen Speedway
April 21 – District Recognition Event
   Stillaguamish Grange, Stanwood Grange, 2 pm
April 25 – District Committee Meeting, 7:00 pm
   Lake Stevens School District Educational Service Center
April 27 – Hike-A-Thon
   Fire Mountain Scout Camp
   OR wherever you hike between March 1st and June 30th
May 4 – Pull for Scouting
   Granite Falls Sportsman’s Club
May 19 – Mount Baker Council Court of Honor
   Fire Mountain Scout Camp
  • NYLT is an exciting, action packed program designed to provide youth members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home Troops and Venturing Crews. The leadership skills taught can be used in any other situation demanding leadership of “self” and “others.” This process begins with a “vision” of what success will look like in the future.
  • The Course is held at Fire Mountain Scout Camp
June 29 – Popcorn Kickoff, Everett
   First Presbyterian Church, Everett

September 25 – 29 – Wood Badge
What is the Purpose of Wood Badge?

  • The purpose of Wood Badge is to develop skilled leaders who can strengthen Scouting units in achieving the mission of the Boy Scouts of America.
  • When we accomplish the mission of Scouting, we do it in the units. Therefore, the short form of the purpose is, the purpose of Wood Badge is to strengthen units.
  • Although the course is different today, what Baden-Powell said in 1919 still applies:

“One of the purposes of Wood Badge training is to get Scouters to think about the practice of Scouting, to meet together, to exchange experiences, and to live together in the spirit of the Scout Oath.”

   Supporting the programs of the Mount Baker Council, BSA
OA Chapter Meetings – are held in conjunction with Roundtable
Eagle Scout Boards of Review are generally the second Mondays of each month. Candidates will be contacted directly with the details.

Pilchuck District Roundtable

Roundtable is a uniformed event, so please wear yours. Also, the more people that attend from your Pack, Troop, Crew or Post the better. We have a program that recognizes the most attendees from one Unit each month. While you may be representing more than one Unit at Roundtable, you will have to pick which one you represent for the recognition. 

We have exciting programs and activities planned. If you have any ideas for Roundtable please contact our Roundtable Commissioner, James Monroe.

Commissioner Staff Meetings, Roundtables and District Committee Meetings are held in-person.

The Commissioner Staff & District Committee Meetings are also held online using the Zoom online platform.

Eagle Boards of Review are held in person! Eagle Candidates will be provided details.