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Last Update 07-FEB-2020                                      This Web Page is Venture Crew 999 Information

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Uniforms

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Click shirt to the left for on line ordering


Official Uniform shirt for Venturers & leaders. The short sleeve shirts are made from durable nylon, blended with spandex for stretch. The fabric features X-System technology which uses the newest dual action nano silver particles to fight bacteria and odor.

Comes with the U.S. FlagClick on Shirt for Price  Emblem attached


Click the Icons above to access Camp Ammon BSA Adult Training & Crew 999’s permission slip


Lock-In

It’s an entire night of Games, Movies & Friendship! We’ve reserved Nativity Church on February 7th from 7pm to 7am the next day. The Crew is buying pizzas. We’re asking you to bring a beverage (juice or soda) or a snack to share. Tell D.J. Perkins what you plan on bringing so we can avoid having 15 bottles of Mountain Dew! If you are bringing a guest with you in the hopes of signing them up, have them download a permission slip and get their parent’s signature.


January Snow Tubing

Sunburst Winter Sports Park is located on Highway 45 in Kewaskum WI.  They boast one of the Nation’s Largest Tubing Parks.  It’s $20 for 2 hours of outdoor winter fun.


RSVP by Facebook or email to D.J. Perkins (ceceliaperkins7@gmail.com) or Mike Leffel (ceceliaperkins7@gmail.com by the January 5th crew meeting.  Turn in your $20 fees, Sunburst waivers and Crew permission slips at the crew meeting, if possible. Download waiver here.


Meet at Nativity Church on 69th & Bluemound Road on Saturday, February 22nd at 11:00am. Dress warmly and in layers with appropriate footwear! Plan to snow tube between 12:30pm-2:30pm or so. Bring extra cash if you want to buy drinks or snacks at the snack bar afterward. Plan to depart by 3:00pm so we can get back to the church by 4:00pm.


Pay fees by cash or check payable to Crew 999.  Parental chaperone or permission slip is required for this event.


February Lock-In

It’s an entire night of Games, Movies & Friendship!  We’ve reserved Nativity Church on February 7th from 7pm to 7am the next day.  Details such as cost and our menu will be finalized at our January meeting.  RSVP in February.  If you are bringing a guest with you in the hopes of signing them up, have them download a permission slip and get their parent’s signature.


Scouting for Food

A favorite community service project for many.

The 31st annual Scouting for Food campaign partners with Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin and other local food pantries who will distribute the food we collect to those in need at no cost.


On March 21st, Crew 999 will help man the collection site at the West Allis Farmer’s Market at 6501 W. National Ave. from 8:00am to 12:00pm.


Remember, if you are bringing a guest with you in the hopes of signing them up, have them download a permission slip and get their parent’s signature.


Scuppernong Trail Hike

Join us Saturday, April 25th, 2020 for this 1st annual hiking event in the beautiful Southern Kettle Moraine State Forest. We can choose our own adventure on this hike based on the abilities of our hiking group. There are three clearly marked color-coded loop trails ranging from 2 to 5 miles. Trails are open between 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM. The trails have a nice rolling characteristic through hardwood forest and pine plantations and a scenic overlook of Ottawa Lake and surrounding area.


The early registration fee for this event is $7.00 per person and it includes a multi-color anniversary patch. Wisconsin State Park Annual Admission Stickers or Daily Passes (for vehicles) are not included in the registration fee. More details such as meeting times will follow. Expect to sign up by our April 5th meeting.

Activity Uniforms

Acting President DJ Perkins is soliciting designs for the crew’s BSA Activity Uniform.  The activity uniform, formerly known as Class B, is a custom “999” logo T-shirt that can be worn during athletic or outdoor Scouting activities to avoid soiling & staining the more expensive official BSA Field Uniform, formerly known as the Class A.  Bring your ideas to the next couple of meetings!


Activity Uniforms

Showcase the Venturing program to the public.

May 29-31, 2020. This program at the Milwaukee County Zoo provides hands-on experiences for youth members that are exciting for all ages. Scouts BSA, Venturers and Explorers are invited to camp overnight Friday and Saturday or attend just for the day on Saturday with their unit.

Past activities have included LumberScout, Legendary Fitness, and Team Challenge Course Competitions. Friday night’s program has an ice cream social! There are free Zoo Train and Zoomobile Rides on Saturday after the public goes home!

Costs will vary depending on how our Scouts participate. Be prepared to sign up by our May 3rd crew meeting.

2020 Crew Meetings & Events

Plan ahead to make the Events and Meetings!

The meetings are the first Sunday of every month, unless noted!

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Plan ahead to make the meetings and events!

The meetings are held the first Sunday of the month, unless noted!


 February 2 ($ due for lock-in)

March 1 (final T-shirt ideas)

April 5 ($ due for hiking)

May 3 ($ due for zoo)