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GRCJambo The Troop Adult Leaders, Jamboree Troop from the Great Rivers Council.

Troop Adult Leaders

Adult leaders for the Council Troop are Scoutmaster David Crane and Assistant Scoutmaster Dr. Tom Ciolino.

A word from David Crane, Jamboree Troop Scoutmaster

20170119_113056I’ve been involved in Scouting since my oldest was a Tiger, back in 2003. After becoming the Den Leader for his age group in 2005, I went on to become Cubmaster for Pack 55 in Fulton in 2011. After a two year tenure as Cubmaster, while my oldest (Trask) was in Troop 50, I took on the duties of Advancement Chair in the Troop. After my youngest (Mason) crossed over in 2014, my days in Cubs came to an end.

While involved in Cubs, I led multiple campouts and summer camps. Way back to Camp Thunderbird from 2004, to multiple sessions at Camp Hohn. I’ve lead the Boy Scouts at Summer Camp the past 4 years and have organized and led many Polar Bears, Dutch Oven, Climbing, and other themed weekends. My oldest, Trask, went to Jamboree in 2013 and had a great time.

I am originally from Williamsburg, Missouri and grew up in, and now own, Crane’s Country Store. This is a fourth generation general store that has been open since 1899. We sell everything from Boots, Bullets, Britches, and Bologna. I am a member of the Old Auxvasse, Nine Mile Presbyterian Church, a former YMCA Board Member, and a long time supporter of Westminster College where I graduated from in 1990. My wife Amy and I with the rest of the family, enjoys spending time at our family farm, traveling to Michigan in the summer, and attending Mizzou basketball games.

I have thoroughly enjoyed the time I have been a scouter and have seen so many young men grow in the program. I am looking forward to Jamboree with the Great Rivers Council and my youngest son.

A word from Dr. Tom Ciolino, Jamboree Troop Assistant Scoutmaster

Ciolino PicGreetings! My scouting experience began in St. Louis as a youth in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, becoming an Eagle Scout. In 2010 my son became a Tiger Cub with Pack 6 in Columbia where I served as a Den Leader for 5 years, Assistant Cubmaster 1 year, and Cubmaster for 2 years. I received leadership training at the Philmont Training Center in 2012, and returned to Philmont in 2013 as an adult advisor for the Great Rivers Council crew trek.

Currently I am an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 121 in Columbia. I feel honored to be selected as an Assistant Scoutmaster for Jamboree. As an internal medicine physician, I will be looking after the health and safety of the scouts in our crew during the Jamboree.

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