Milwaukee Jewish Committee on Scouting
& The Harry and Rose Samson Family JCC
Venture/Boy/Cub Scout Crew/Troop/Pack 392
Administrative Announcements, October, 2004
Cub Scout Theme: It’s a Circus of Stars
Special Site with Cub September Parent’s
Scout Games Committee Meeting
All Cub Scouts & their families are invited to All parents and leaders are
play fun scout games. Info for parents is requested to attend the Parent
also there. Let us know what you think. Pack/Troop Committee meeting
http://www.joincubscouting.org/ held Sunday September 26th from 4:30-5:30
p.m. at the JCC Community Hall. Planning
Scout Families – Please of future events is to be addressed. We
cannot operate a quality unit without input
send in your Member- from all parents. See you there. Questions
call Chair Kim Queen at 464-2435.
ship Renewal Form!!
Milwaukee Bucks’ Scout
Aluminum Can Collecting Appreciation Night
Fund Raising/ The Milwaukee
Conservation Bucks invite all
Project Scouts and their
guests to exclusive
Our Pack and Troop have begun a fund discount pricing, a
raising can collection conservation project. commemorative
All families should be collecting aluminum patch and a gift for
cans. We will drop them off quarterly at our all attendees 14 and
Cub Master’s home at 2150 West under. Come Motzi
Greenwood Rd for turn in to a recycler who Shabbat to see our
is giving our units a special price for turn in. Bucks play either
Our Fall collection date is Sept 19th from 1-4 the Charlotte
p.m. Questions call Cheryl Baraty, 352- Hornets Nov 13 at 7:30 or the Detroit
3512. Pistons Nov 27th at 8 p.m.
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Tickets are discounted from $27 to $15 and Prairie Garden Project
$22 to $12 and are available on a first-come,
first-serve basis with a Nov 1st deadline for The JCC Scouts have
the Hornet’s game and November 15th for adopted the Prairie
the Piston’s game. Each family should invite Garden at the North end
guests, order tickets from the form at the of the JCC Parking Lot as
end, and let Cheryl Baraty know who is its ongoing conservation
attending at email@example.com. project. Participation in
this project counts towards badge work and
October Activities the World Wide Conservation Badge (the
one with the Panda). We will meet at the
Prairie Garden on October 17th from 2-4 to
Sukka-Fest mulch the garden, pick up the trash and get
the garden ready for winter. Please bring
On Sunday October 3rd
shovels, wheelbarrows, and gardening tools
from 4-7 pm at Rotary and gloves. If you can attend please contact
Park in Mequon, we are Jean Lauterbach at 262-252-3314
joining Congregation Agudas Achim Chabad
and Hillel Academy in co-sponsoring Sukka-
Fest. There will be food, games, and lots of
fun. Come in uniform and help run the The Polaris District Fall Camp-O-
scout booth. See you there!! Questions call Ree is being held Friday – Sunday October
Cheryl Baraty at 352-3512. 22nd -24th. This is for all Boy Scouts and
Webelos Scouts and is held at Scout Camp
Mitzvah Day 2004 Lasynski in Oconomowoc. It is a wonderful
"Tikkun Olam" weekend with wonderful activities being
REPAIRING held!! Safe Halloween is being held at Camp
THE WORLD Indian Mound for Cub Scouts the same
weekend so come on out and see both Cub
The JCC Scouts will participate in and Boy Scouts in action. It is a great
Congregation Shalom’s community-wide opportunity for Cub Scouts to get a look at
Mitzvah Day on Sunday, October 10th. We Boy Scouting. Our own Boy Scout Leader
will participate as a Pack and all participants Kim Queen is the Chair of this event. If you
will receive a Mitzvah Day T-shirt. We will can come contact Kim Queen at 464-2435.
be picking apples and pumpkins with the
families at the Milwaukee Christian Center
from noon to 4 p.m. The details as to
October Pack Meeting
whether we will be receiving transportation The October Pack meeting, our first pack
and the location will be sent shortly via E- meeting of the year, will be held Wednesday
mail. Save the afternoon for this important October 20th from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at Room
community service project. Questions and 112, JCC. All Scouts, their family including
RSVP’s call Debbie Keene, 247-0919. parents, siblings, grand-parents, etc. and
friends are invited to attend. Please come as
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this is a great place to meet all the boys and training and to attend more roundtables.
adults in our Pack, gives the scouts a chance 2. Recruiting
to show off their skills and have a fun a. Join Scouting Night – Jean to
meeting. We promise to finish timely so deliver fliers to MJDS and Hillel, JoAnne to
homework can be done. contact synagogues. Cheryl & JoAnne to
Questions call JoAnne staff
Gaudynski at 351-4999 b. Tiger Cubs – Cheryl and
JoAnne to do presentation at Hillel/MJDS
Havdalah Overnight 4. Conservation
a. Can Collection Drive – will
The 9th Annual Pack and Troop collect cans 1/4ly
Havdalah Overnight is being held b. Prairie Garden – The Scouts
October 29th – 31st at Camp Indian will adopt the Prairie Garden at the north
Mound in Oconomowoc. Boy end of the JCC parking lot as its ongoing
scouts attend from Friday Conservation Project and this will count for
afternoon. Cub Scouts come Motzi the World Wide Conservation Badge. It
Shabbat. We start with Havdalah, needs mulching every other year starting this
then take a darkness hike and end year. In spring it needs the old stalks
with a campfire snack. In the removed and the trash cleaned. The
morning the Den meetings are walkway needs edging. We will get weed
held. We end with lunch. This barrier donated. We are looking for an
event is open to all families advisor to work with us. A possible is
interested n Cub Scouting so invite Annette Alexander, 332-3303 who lives
your friends to attend. Permission nearby or Jean Lauterback will check with a
Slips and Directions are included. horticulturist friend who is knowledgeable
Questions call Havdalah Overnight on Prairie Gardens.
Chair Bob Melton at 961-6150. 5. Religious Emblem
Programming will be held
September Activities off till next year.
Sept Parent/Leader Shalom
Committee Meeting Milwaukee
Our September meeting was held on Wed On Sunday September 12th
September 1st at 7 p.m. and was attended by our Scouts participated in
JoAnne Gaudynski, Steve Keene, Jean Lau- Shalom Milwaukee, our community’s
terbach, Laurie Pevnick, and Kim Queen. participation in the Celebrate 350 Years of
Thank you to all for attending. The minutes Jewish life in America. Our Scouts were the
of that meeting are as follows: first group introduced at the opening
1. Leadership ceremony and carried the U.S. and Israeli
a. All positions are not yet filled. flag as well as our Troop and Pack flag at the
b. All leaders have agreed to take opening ceremony. Appearing on stage with
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our Scouts were State Senator Alberta
Darling, the Mayor of Glendale, State
October Den Meetings
Representative Sheldon Wasserman, and All Dens will have a Den
others. We also manned the popcorn booth meeting at Havdalah Overnight
during this wonderfully successful event on Sunday morning, October
attended by close to 2,000 people. 31st at the Explorer Cabin,
The following Camp Indian Mound. Questions call Cheryl
scouts Baraty, 352-3512.
the flag Tiger Den Meetings
helped out at The Tiger Cubs will meet Sunday
the popcorn October 17th from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
booth: Ben and in Room 112 of the JCC. Come participate
Daniel in the Prairie Garden Project scheduled for
Gaudynski and earlier that same day. The Tiger Cub Den
their parents; will also meet on Sunday morning at the
Jesse Illian and Havdalah Overnight. Questions call Cheryl
his parents; Opening Ceremony Baraty, 352-3512.
Andrew Keene and his mother and brother
Ben; Sam Melton and his mother and
Wolf/Bear Den Meetings
brother Josh. Thank you to Sam The Wolf/Bear Den will
Papermaster who also helped out. Thank meet Tuesday October 5th
you also to Cub Master Cheryl Baraty and from 4-5 p.m. at the cafeteria at the
Committee Chair who helped prepare the MJDS/Hillel building. There will also be a
food for the entire event. Den Meeting at the Havdalah Overnight
Sunday morning at Camp Indian Mound.
Join Scouting Night Questions call Jana Papermaster, 352-8774.
Our Pack held its Join Webelos Meetings
Scouting Night on Monday
September 13th at the JCC. The Webelos will have one Den
New Tiger Cub Seth meeting by participating in Mitzvah
Salt crystals grown Eiseman and his dad Day on Sunday, October 10th and
attended to learn about Scouting under the second Den Meeting at the Havdalah
Jewish auspices. They were joined by Micah Overnight on Sunday, October 31st.
Semon and his mom, Webelos 2 Scout Jesse Questions call Caryn Melton, 961-6150.
Illian, Cub Master Cheryl Baraty and
Assistant Cub Master JoAnne Gaudynski.
The Scouts made salt crystals with bluing, The JCC Venture Crew along with
learned about its use in doing laundry and other area Venture Crews will
learned where the expression “blue collar” participate in an area-wide Venturing Open
came from. House, open to all youth 14-21. Come see if
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Venture Scouting is for your family. The Reference materials available for Assistance
events will be held September 26th from 6:30 in working on the emblem requirements is at
– 8:30 p.m. at St. Monica’s School at the http://www.geocities.com/troop_267/Jewis
corner of Silver Spring and Santa Monica. hScouting.html.
Enter from the parking lot on Lake Vista
one block south of Silver Spring. Questions Cub Scout Sport & Academic
call Mollie Lazear, 352-1744. Program
All Cub Scouts are eligible to earn Sports
DEN LEADERS: Note – The October and Academic Beltloops and Pins. This is a
Polaris District Roundtable will be held at supplemental program to the official Cub
Thursday, October 14, 2004 from 7-8 p.m. Scout Badge program. It is a fun, family way
at St. Bernadette’s, 8200 West Denver, Milw. to expose your Scout to new areas. The
Questions call Cheryl Baraty, 352-3512. specific information on the requirements can
For training dates, see the Milwaukee be found at
Council website at http://www.geocities.com/~pack215/acade
http://www.milwaukeeboyscouts.org/ Get mics-sports.html. Contact David Gursky,
Youth Protection training online at: 540-0804 with questions.
otection.html Pack/Troop Uniform Resale
Administrative All Pack and Troop 392 Scouts who want to
Announcements purchase a used uniform or have one to
donate should contact Jean Lauterbach at
Jewish Scouting Emblems 252- 252-3314 or
We are in the process of forming a r.com
committee to start a city-wide Jewish
Scouting Emblem Program. Please come to
our May Adult Committee Meeting to get Upcoming
involved in this important program. . Events
All Pack and Troop 392 Scouts should be
working on their age specific Jewish September
Scouting Emblem. Earning a religious *9/19/04, Can Collection Pick-Up, 1-4, Home
emblem allows the Scout to wear the youth of Cheryl Baraty, 2150 West Green-wood
religious knot on their uniform. This is the Road. Questions call Cheryl Baraty, 352-
only knot that can be worn by a Scout and is 3512.
a great honor. Information can be found at:
http://www.jewishscouting.org/emblems/ . *9/26/04, Pack Parents Committee Meeting,
Sunday, 4:30-5:30 pm, JCC Community Hall,
Questions call Kim Queen, 464-2435
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*10/3/04, Sukka-Fest Celebration, 4 – 7 pm, November
Rotary Park, Mequon. Family carnival with *11/6/2004,
games and food. Co-sponsored by Scout Heritage Museum Trade-O-Ree,
Congregation Agudas Achim Chabad, Hillel Saturday, 8-3. Scout Service Center.
Academy and JCC Boy/Cub Scout Collectors from around the area sell scout
Troop/Pack 392, Questions call Cheryl memorabilia
*11/13/04. Bucks vs. Charlotte Hornets,
*10/16/04, Webelos Readyman Clinic, 8-11 am, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Bradley Center
Scout Service Center, 330 S 84th St. For
Webelos Scouts and will qualify a Webelos *11/17/2004, Pack Meeting, Wednesday,
for his Readyman Activity Badge. The 6:30-7:30, JCC Rm 112. Questions call
training will cover basic first aid skills and JoAnne Gaudynski, 351-4999
knowledge necessary for youth to identify *11/27/04. Bucks vs. Detroit Pistons,
and prevent potentially harmful situations, to Saturday, 8 p.m. Bradley Center
be able to treat common injuries and to
respond to emergency situations. Call Scout December
Center at 774-1776 to register.
*12/6/04, JCC Hanukah Happening, Monday
*10/17/04, Prairie Garden Project, Sunday, 1-4 4-7 p.m., JCC.
pm, North end of JCC parking lot.
Questions call Laurie Pevnick, 961-8856. *12/7/04, Outdoor Program Kickoff, Tuesday,
6:30 – 8 pm. Scout Service Center. For all
*10/20/2004, Pack Meeting, Wednesday, adults interested in information about
6:30-7:30 , JCC Rm 112. Questions call Council camps and other outdoor programs.
JoAnne Gaudynski, 351-4999 Questions call Cheryl Baraty, 352-4612.
*10/22-24/2004, Fall Camporee, Friday – *12/15/2004, Pack Meeting, Wednesday,
Sunday, Boy Scouts, Camp Lazynski, 6:30-7:30 , JCC Rm 112. Questions call
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Cub Scouts JoAnne Gaudynski, 351-4999
Welcome during Safe Halloween program
on Saturday. An action packed weekend *12/17/2004, Nature in the Parks Stargazing
focusing on camping, orienteering, and Trek for Cub Scouts, 6:30-9 pm, Wehr
advancement. Questions call Kim Queen, Nature Center, Register at 425-8550,
464-2435. deadline 11/26/04.
*10/29-31/2004, Havdalah Overnight, Boy *DATE TBA, Agudas Achim Chanukah
Scouts includes Shabbat, Cub Scouts Motzi Party5-7 p.m., Cedarburg Skateland.
Shabbat, Camp Indian Mound,
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Questions call January
Kin Queen, 464-2435. *Pinewood Derby Workshop, Sunday, January,
2005, 1 – 3 p.m., Home of Cheryl Baraty
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*1/8/05, Webelos Readyman Clinic, 8-11 am, *Purim Shalach Manot Project with ASKT,
Scout Service Center, 330 S 84th St. For Details TBA.
Webelos Scouts and will qualify a Webelos
for his Readyman Activity Badge. The *Scouting for Food, 3/6-19/2005. Further
training will cover basic first aid skills and
knowledge necessary for youth to identify *Purim Mitzvah Project, Details TBA. Bring
and prevent potentially harmful situations, to items to March Den meetings.
be able to treat common injuries and to
respond to emergency situations. Call Scout April
Center at 774-1776 to register.
*Bucks vs. Orlando Magic, 4/16/04.
1/15/2005, Nature in the Parks, Weather Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Bradley Center
Trek (Bears), 1-3:30 pm, Falk Park, Register
at 425-8550, deadline 12/30/04. *Pack Pinewood Derby, April 25, 2005, 10
am – noon, Temple Menorah, 9363 North
February 76th Street. Questions call David Gursky,
*Winter Klondike, February 4-6, 2005. For 540-0804.
Boy Scouts and Webelos. Camp Vista, May
Dundee, Wisconsin Questions call Kim
Queen, 464-2435. *Sunday, May 29, 2005, 9 – noon, Memorial
Day Cemetery Flag Laying with Jewish War
*Milwaukee BSA Leadership Breakfast, Veterans, Meet at the Walgreens at 76th and
Friday, February 13, 2005, 7:30 – 9 a.m., Capitol
Midwest Convention Center
*TBA, Lag B’Omer Celebration,
*Blue and Gold Dinner, February 23, 2005,
6-8 p.m., JCC Community Hall. Questions June
call Kim Queen, 464-2435.
*6/5/05, Pack Graduation, Sunday, June 5,
*Bucks vs. Seattle Supersonics, 2/27/04. 2005, noon-2, JCC South Lawn,
Sunday, 2 p.m. Bradley Center
Currently Unscheduled Events.
*Tripoli Shrine Circus, 2/27/05, 7 p.m. *Admirals Night, Details TBA, Bradley
March *Brewers Night, Details TBA.
*Popcorn Sale, March 3 – April 4, 2005. *Wave Game, Details TBA.
Blitz Weekend, March 4-6th. Details TBA
3/12/2005, Nature in the Parks, Maple
Sugaring Trek (Cubs), 9-11:30 am, Whitnall
Park, Register at 425-8550, deadline
*3/12/04, Polaris District Dinner, 6–9 p.m.,
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Leader Phone List for the 2003-2004 Scout Year
Position Person Number
Milwaukee District Executive Al Travanty 414-774-1776
Committee Chair Kim Queen 414-464-2435
Scout Master Barb Sindic 414-962-7972
Assistant Scout Master David Gursky 414-352-0804
Cub Master Cheryl Baraty 414-352-4600
Assistant Cub Master JoAnne Gaudynski 414-351-4999
Advancement Chair JoAnne Gaudynski 414-351-4999
Treasurer Jackie Zigan 262-512-1456
Webelos Den Leader Caryn Melton 414-961-6150
Bear/Wolf Den Leader Jana Papermaster 414-352-8774
Tiger Cub Den Leader
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