Winthrop Ski Trip 2012

»Posted on Nov 20, 2011

BOEALPS Winthrop Ski Trip 2012
Friday January 13th  to Sunday January 16th
$160 per person

We have reserved A Bend in the River Lodge again this year!
Click HERE for more information.

What’s Included: 

  • 3 nights lodging
  • Saturday breakfast & dinner
  • Sunday breakfast & dinner
  • Monday breakfast.

We hope you can JOIN us!  Please take TIME TO RSVP AND send IN your CHECK.

Winthrop Ski Trip Organizers
Dawn AND John

John Scurlock Book Release

»Posted on Nov 20, 2011

Please join John Scurlock during his new book release celebration of Snow & Spire: Flights to Winter in the North Cascade Range.
Click HERE to order this amazing book!

When: November 30, 2011 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM
Where: Skagit Station Meeting Room
Address: 105 E. Kincaid St, Mt Vernon
Cost: Free

Click HERE to see the Flyer!

Join us for a slide show presentation and book signing.
Dessert and refreshments are provided.

2011 Survey

»Posted on Oct 21, 2011

The Executive Board would like you to reflect on your past club experiences and provide feedback in order to improve the club. We invite you to take the
2011 BOEALPS survey.

With your help, comes reward. A better club and FREE gear!
If you fill out your e-mail address (its optional), you will be entered in a drawing for some great prizes!

The survey deadline is Sunday, November 6th at Midnight.
Winners will announced shortly after.

Click HERE to take the 2011 BOEALPS survey!


Climb on!

2011 Executive Board
Matt Mitchell
Niki Thompson
Dan Morales
Luke Shy
Joe Vlaming

Constitution & Bylaws Amendment

»Posted on Oct 18, 2011

The BOEALPS Constitution & Bylaws (C&BL) have been amended to reflect recent modifications to the Boeing Recreation club administration document requirements. It has been divided into two (2) documents. The C&BL reflects required documentation between the Boeing Recreation administration and BOEALPS. The new required document being implemented is called the Operating Procedures (OP). This document entails all BOEALPS operational requirements set by the club and not required by the Boeing Recreation administration. The main reason for the new OP document is to allow Boeing clubs to operate freely without constant intervention with the Boeing Recreation administration on club related amendments. The OP is required to adhere to all Boeing Recreation administration policies and guidelines.


  • Honorary Guests are eligible for BOEALPS membership benefits
  • Executive Board members can hold office a maximum term length of two (2) years
  • BOEALPS will contribute $1 per member per year to the BOEALPS-Agris Moruss Trust for Public Land (TPL) annual donation
  • Officer elections can be made by paper or electronically
  • Activities chair is responsible for organizing the BOEALPS Banquet
  • Major Climbing Class equipment reallocation is explained
  • The Executive Board has sole responsibility of the Operating Procedures
  • A unanimous vote by the Executive Board is required to amend the OP
  • A notice shall be sent to each member and a copy published to the BOEALPS website

Document Links:

The revised Constitution & Bylaws will be voted upon at the 2011 Annual BOEALPS Banquet held on Friday November 4th. If you are not able to attend, you can vote by e-mail.

2011 BOEALPS Executive Board

2011 BOEALPS Banquet

»Posted on Oct 7, 2011

The Boeing Employees Alpine Society cordially invites you to its annual BOEALPS banquet! This year we will have some of our very own BOEALPS climbers presenting some of their adventures!

Friday 4 November 2011
The Mountaineers Clubhouse – Goodman Auditorium
7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA, 98115
Cocktail Hour begins at 6:00 pm
Buffet dinner at 7:00 pm
Presidential Address at 8:00 pm
Presentations start at 8:30 pm
Door Prizes to follow the presentations.

Ambrose Bittner and Bob Bautista – El Capitan
Ambrose and Bob climbed the Nose on El Capitan in May 2010 over the course of 11 days that involved waiting out storms before good weather allowed them to top out after spending 3 nights on a portaledge during their ascent.

Joyce Holloway – Denali
Joyce climbed Denali (third attempt) in May/June 2010 with BOEALPS members Micah Nolin and Tom & Haldis Glasenapp.

Robyn Garrison – Vinson Massif
Robyn has climbed five of the Seven Summits with one of the most memorable being Vinson Massif, the highest peak in Antarctica, in November 2008.

Please RSVP by 28 October 2011
Members: $35
Non-Members: $40
LIMITED SEATING: Reserve your seat today!