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Boy Scout Troop 49
(Oconomowoc, Wisconsin)
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On a rainy cold Saturday in October, the Honor Guard from
American Legion Post 196 paid tribute to a Veteran at his
funeral, ending with Troop 49 Eagle Scout Joey N. playing taps.

Troop 49 is part of the Potawatomi Area Council in the River Trails District, serving the youth in the school districts of Kettle Moraine, Oconomowoc, Watertown, Johnson Creek, Eagle/Palmyra and Jefferson.  

We are chartered by the Delafield Legion Post 196.

Meeting times: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursday 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Note: 5th Thursday of a month is Cantina night – special local outings defined by the Scouts.

Meeting place: Aurora Hospital, Draper Room, Summit, WI

Committee Meeting: 1st Thursday of the month, 6:30 PM, usually at the Aurora Draper Room- contact to verify. (For questions please contact: Mrs. Jennifer McCarthy)

Committee Chair: Mrs. Jennifer McCarthy

Scoutmaster: Mr. Michael Neimon

Secretary: Mrs Karen Hoffman

Senior Patrol Leader:  Andrew F

Assistant Scoutmasters: Mr. Nelson, Mr. Fontaine, Mr. Reynen, Mr. Looman, Mr. Townsend

If you need a password reset please contact Mrs. Jennifer McCarthy

NOTE: The troop Facebook page is only accessible to troop members who have a Facebook account and have sent a request to Mr. Eric Nelson to be added to the troop page.


Check the Potawatomi Area Council Website for information on Scouting.


If you have any questions about upcoming events, please attend the Troop meetings and or the monthly committee meeting or contact the Scoutmaster via email: 

Mr. Mike Neimon



All the Troop activities require planning and support; the scouts plan and the Troop Committee and Leaders support. Please attend the monthly Committee meeting so your voice can be heard. We need to meet our goal of at least one outing a month. We currently have over 65 scouts from over 50 different families. That means, if we all take turns, every 2-1/2 years you would get a chance to organize and chair an activity that the boys need to keep the outing in scouting. The Committee meets the first Thursday of each month at the Summit Village Hall at 6:30 pm. We look forward to seeing you there. While we encourage you to join us at committee meetings only registered committee members will be allowed to vote.

(See the Committee page for registered Committee members)


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Mr. Matt Valentine

It is with a heavy heart that I let you know that on December 22, 2013 Matt Valentine passed away. His long battle ended with his family next to him.

His visitation is Saturday, December 28th from 10:00amuntil the time of the memorial service at 11:00am at Our Savior's Lutheran Church 145 Lisbon Road, Oconomowoc. Memorials to the church, AngelsGrace Hospice or donors choice appreciated.

I hope you can attend.  If you do please be in full uniform and sash.

Here are more details:

Matthew "Matt" Valentine age 71 of Oconomowoc, entered eternal life December 22, 2013.  Matt was born November 23, 1942 in Chicago to Matthew and Marian (nee Lindbom) Valentine. He married Janet Martin February 18, 1967 in Chicago. Matt was a 1965 graduate of the University of Illinois. He was an insurance auditor at West Bend Insurance. He was very active in many capacities with the Summit Boy Scout Troop 49. He served in the Army from 1965 to 1967. Matt is survived by his beloved wife Janet, his loving son Matthew (Lisa) of Gurnee, IL. and dear grandchildren Jonathan, Ian and Aidan. Also survived by his sister June Soderquist of Tuscon, AZ.,brother-in-laws John (Karen) Martin of Tuscon, AZ. and Joel Daitch of Chicago. Preceded in death by his son Michael, sister Sandra and brother-in-law Wesley Soderquist. Friends may visit Saturday, December 28th from 10:00am until the time of the memorial service at 11:00am at Our Savior's Lutheran Church 145 Lisbon Road, Oconomowoc. Memorials to the church, AngelsGrace Hospice or donors choice appreciated.