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Mount Baker Council Boy Scouts of America. Camp Black Mountain Long Term Options. Draft Report August 15, 2012 Camp Black Mountain Study Group. Chartering Motion.

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camp black mountain long term options

Mount Baker Council

Boy Scouts of America

Camp Black MountainLong Term Options

Draft Report

August 15, 2012

Camp Black Mountain Study Group

chartering motion
Chartering Motion

Based on the financial information and data presented today, by motion adopted unanimously, the Executive Committee directs the Council President to form a committee to examine options for the long-term future of Camp Black Mountain, considering maximizing the Scout’s experience and financial sustainability. The Committee shall provide a written report to the Executive Board on or before August 15, 2012.

process
Process

Gary Baker

Noel DeChambeau

Dave Edenfield

Bob Noble

Neal Oshiro

Marty Robinett

Jim Summers

Mike Turner

Ed West

June 5, 2012

June 21, 2012

July 16, 2012

July 26, 2012

August 7, 2012

Meetings

Camp Visit

Team Based

Data Driven

Consultations

Deliberations

Written Report

properties data
Properties Data
  • Facilities
  • Maintenance
  • Capital Improvements
  • Branding
  • Dining Hall
programs data
Programs Data
  • Summer Camp
  • Off Season use
    • Training
    • Unit camping
    • Non Boy Scout use
financial data
Financial Data
  • Revenue
    • Summer Camp
    • Off season
  • Expenses
    • Salaries
    • Utilities
  • Capital Improvements
    • Strong local Support
campership
Campership
  • Camp Improvements
  • Attracting Units
    • In Council
    • Out of Council
  • Destination Camp
  • Camp Promotion
long term considerations
Long Term Considerations
  • Evolving Standards
    • BSA
    • Regulators
  • Council Growth
other considerations
Other Considerations
  • Partnerships
    • Girl Scouts
    • LDS
    • Other
  • National Evaluation
summary
Summary
  • Strong support
  • Camp in good condition
  • Program is solid
  • Attendance declining
  • Income follows attendance
assumptions
Assumptions
  • Mount Baker Council membership will grow with the local area
  • National Camp Standards will continue to evolve
  • Government regulations will continue to grow
  • Camp fees will remain aligned with the region
  • Expenses will keep up with inflation
  • MBC Units camping patterns will not materially change
  • CBM will not become a destination camp
  • Relocating the dining hall is prohibitively expensive
  • Winter usage and fees will not significantly increase
  • CBM will continue to attract out-of-council units at the historical average
  • Break even operating requires a 600 youth, 5 week summer program
  • Financial analysis does not include depreciation
  • CBM uses can be incorporated into existing facilities, currently and in the future
options
Options
  • Continue operations as-is
    • Accept losses
  • Cease operations
    • Consolidate into CFM
  • Study group unable to find strategy to increase campership or revenue
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