About Troop A302 Leadership
Mailing address at Jamboree:First Name, Last Name
Jamboree Troop #A302
2013 National Jamboree
92 SBR 2
Mount Hope, WV 25888
Walt McIntosh – Scoutmaster
Rusty Collyer – 1st Assistant Scoutmaster
Rusty serves as Scoutmaster for Troop 0555 in Clyde Park, a Troop that he founded in 2011. Previously Rusty was the Cubmaster and Webelos Den Leader for Pack 3555, founded by the Collyer family in 2009, establishing Scouting in the Shields Valley. Rusty and wife Nancy have a son, Cody, currently a “quickly advancing” Second Class Scout, and a daughter, Sarabeth, a Brownie Girl Scout.
Rusty received the Unit Leader Award of Merit in 2011; he and Nancy received the Mountain Valley District Family Scouting Award that same year. Nancy founded and runs Girl Scouts in the Shields Valley, so you could say “scouting is an integral part of the Collyer family”. Rusty attended Wood Badge in 2011 and is currently completing his ticket items; one includes completing Powderhorn this July. Bobwhites!
Participating in almost every type of outdoor activity, Rusty is a self employed Professional (Civil) Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor when he’s not having fun Scouting or on family outings. Rusty’s community service activities include multiple terms on the Park County Board of Health, the Park County Planning Board, past membership in Rotary International, and participation in/service to other civic and profession-related organizations.
You can reach Rusty at email@example.com or at 406-223-3323.
Aaron serves as the Vice President for Program for the Montana Council of the Boys Scouts of America and the Scoutmaster for Troop 26 in Great Falls. Previously, he has served as the District Chairman for the Lewis and Clark District and as the Cubmaster, Committee Chair and Webelos Den Leader for Pack 26. With his wife Wendy, they have a daughter Sarah (13), and a son, Max (11, currently a First Class Scout with Troop 26).
Aaron received the Lewis and Clark Cubmaster of the Year award in 2009, the District Award of Merit in 2010 and attended Wood Badge in 2011, earning his ticket in 2012. He remains a Fox who tries to always wear his socks.
Aaron is an avid cyclist and skier, completing his first century ride in 2011.