Edwin has been the Chairman of the McKinley Museum since 2020. He is an Eagle Scout class of 1986, Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow, and 2009 recipient of the OA Founder's Award.
He served on Camp Staff at Fire Mountain from 1986 - 1991 and as a volunteer at camp 2004 - 2009 where his favorite memories were the Sunday and Friday night campfires. He attended the 1985, 2005, 2010 National Scout Jamboree's, and 2000 NOAC.
Ed has completed the Wood Badge course and served on Wood Badge staff. He also had the opportunity to work at the BSA National Museum at the Philmont Scout Ranch in 2022.
Brian is an Eagle Scout, Venturing Silver Award recipient, and Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow. He is a member of the Mount Baker Council and is an active member of the Sikhs Mox Lamonti Lodge while currently registered with Venturing Crew 407. Brian became involved in Scouting at the age of 6 with Pack 300 in San Diego, CA.
While in Scouting Brian has had the opportunity to attend; Venturing Leadership Skills Cource (VLSC), National Camping School (NCS), and Woodbadge (WE1-606-13 Owl Patrol).
Brian served on Camp Staff at Mataguay Scout Reservation in Santa Ysabell, CA 2000 - 2001 and Fire Mountain Scout Camp 2002 - 2005, and 2013, and a volunteer 2008, 2011, 2017 - 2018.
In addition to his work on camp staff he has served as an Assistant Scoutmaster, District Eagle Board member, and Associate Lodge Advisor.
David is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow and long time Scouter in the Mount Baker and Chief Seattle Councils.
Henry's work in the musuem began in 2021 when Ed first saw Henry in his vintage 1930s scout uniform. He is an Eagle Scout and an Assistant Scoutmaster in Troop 4084 from Anacortes, WA. He is the Chapter Chief of the Tsele chapter, the Elangomat Chairman, and the newly elected Vice Chief for induction of the Sikhs Mox Lamonti Lodge. He is a second-generation Eagle Scout, proud and true. He has been involved scouting since he was a Tiger Cub in Florida. He has attended a National Jamboree and Florida Sea Base. He served on Fire Mountain Scout Camp Staff for 2-years and will continue just as his father did. His father, Roy Edge, was a member of Kelcema Lodge and served on staff like Henry. He inspired Henry to reach Scouting's highest peaks and showed him the true values of an Eagle Scout before he passed in 2015. After Roy passed, Henry connected with more of his friends who served on staff and were significant influencers in Kelcema and Sikhs Mox Lamonti lodge.
Lynn has been involved in Scouting since he was a Tiger Cub in Pack 4571 in Poulsbo, WA. After earning the Arrow of Light he continued his Scouting journey with Troop 1571 earning Eagle Scout in 1998.
Lynn first attended Fire Mountain Scout Camp with his Troop in 1993 where he fell in love with this amazing place. He went on to serve on Camp Staff 1998 - 2003 including attending National Camping School (NCS). He has continued in service to the Mount Baker Council and Fire Mountin as a board member and twice Chairman of the Fire Mountain Staff Alumni Association since 2008, and has been on the Mount Baker Council Executive Board as the Vice President of Technology since 2020.
At the unit level he has completed the Wood Badge course (W1-609-18-1, Beaver Patrol) has been a Den Leader and is the current Cubmaster for his daughter's Cub Scout Pack 480 in the Chief Seattle Council.
Patrick began Scouting as a Cub Scout in the Evergreen Area Council joining Pack 130 in 1960. After earning his Arrow of Light, he graduated in to Troop 130 where he would remain for the next 14-years as both a Scout and an Assistant Scoutmaster. It was here he would attend 7 summer camps at Camp sevenich and then attend the first few summer sessions at the new Fire Mountain Scout Camp.
Patrick has served in several leadership rolls, including a Webelos Leader, Scoutmaster, Council Advancement Chairman, and the Order of the Arrow Lodge Advisor, which he served for 2 of the Councils OA Lodges including the formation, and Advisor, for the current Lodge Sikhs Mox Lamonti. He has also gone through Woodbadge Training, attended the 1993 National Jamboree and the 1994 NOAC and is a founding member of Boy Scout Troop 304, which he has been registered through for the past 30-years.
Among the several recognitions Patrick has received are the District Award of Merit, Scoutmaster Award of Merit, Lamb Award, Silver Beaver Award, Order of the Arrow Founders Award, Order of the Arrow Centurion Award, and the James E West Award.
A Vigil Honor member in the Order of the Arrow, Patrick is now in his 60th year of Scouting, all in the Mount Baker/Evergreen Council and currently serving on the board of the Fire Mountain McKinley Museum and continuing to volunteer at the Fire Mountain Scout Camp, a place he has called home for over 50-years.
Steve is a long time Scouter in the Mount Baker Council. He's a Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow. Steve is the recipeint of the District Award of Merit and Silver Beaver.