Phone: +1 (682) 738-6443

About Crew 254

Crew 254 was founded in 2018. It is chartered under the North Texas Scouting Alliance and meets at Ash Lane Methodist Church with Pack 847 and linked Troops 254B and 254G.

Code of Conduct

  1. I will treat the other crew members, guests, and adults respectfully.
  2. I will attend as many meetings and outings as I can.
  3. If I cannot attend a meeting, I will take responsibility to contact other members to find out what information was shared at the meeting.
  4. I will volunteer my time – fundraising, chairing an outing, planning a service project, etc.
    1. If I am in a position of leadership, I will complete the roles of said position within a timely manner.
    2. In the event I cannot complete my assigned roles, I will contact the rest of the crew to ensure my tasks can be delegated to and completed by someone else.
  5. I will read and respond to emails in a timely manner.
  6. I will RSVP for outings so those planning know who can and cannot attend.
    1. If I cannot attend an event or outing, I will let the proper individuals know with as much advance notice as possible.
  7. I will refrain from swearing during meetings, outings, and all crew-related messaging.
  8. I will refrain from romantic public displays of affection as well as inter-crew relationships and will always stay with my same gender buddy or with a group.
  9. I will wear my uniform or appropriate clothing to all meetings and outings.
  10. My behavior and choices will be guided by the Boy Scout Oath and Law.


Jonah May
Crew Advisor

Mr. May has been involved in scouting since he was a boy. Growing up, he was a member of several cub scout packs in New York and Texas. He earned his Arrow of Light in December 2009, crossing into Troop 254 a few months later.

In Troop 254, he served in many of the boy leadership positions, such as Senior Patrol Leader, Den Chief, Quartermaster, and Junior Assistant Scoutmaster. In November 2015, he earned his Eagle Scout, followed by a Bronze Palm a few months later.

As a young adult, Jonah spent several years serving as an Assistant Scoutmaster of both troops and as an active member of Venturing Crew 254, earning some of Venturing’s highest awards. Now, he serves as a Scoutmaster of both troops and as the Advisor of Crew 254.

Tom May
Advisor Emeritus

Mr. May has been involved in scouting since he was a boy. Growing up, he achieved the rank of Life with Troop 275 in Poughkeepsie, NY.

He has had the honor of serving as the Cubmaster and Committee Chair for several Cub Scout Packs. In addition, Mr. May served as the Committee Chair for Troop 254 and was one of the longest serving Scoutmasters of Troop 254. He was also the founding Crew Advisor for Venturing Crew 254.

Today, Mr. May serves as the Scoutmaster Emeritus of Programming for the North Texas Scouting Alliance overseeing the program staff of Cub Scout Pack 847, Troop 254B, Troop 254G and Venturing Crew 254.

Finally, Mr. May has been honored by the National Court of Honor and was awarded the Medal of Merit award for meritorious service above and beyond what is normally expected of a youth or adult member of the Boy Scouts of America.

Cathy Teinert
Associate Advisor
Michael Ward
Associate Advisor

Committee Members

Wendy Jolliff
Committee Chair

Miss Jolliff grew up in the mountains of northwest Montana. As a youth, she spent her summers camping and winters running a dog sled team. While never a Scout as a youth, she became an adult Scouter as soon as her oldest child could join the program. She has over a decade of Scouting experience between Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, and Venturing.

Miss Jolliff was the founding Scoutmaster for the Girl Troop, Troop 254G. Today, she serves as an Assistant Scoutmaster for both Troop 254B and Troop 254G, as well as the Committee Chair for the Venturing Crew. Additionally, she has held the roles of Committee Chair for Troop and held every Cub Scout Den Leader position
Finally, Miss Jolliff believes that every youth should have the opportunity to participate in Scouting. As part of the Scout Law, a youth learns that “A Scout is Thrifty.” She works closely with the Committee to ensure fundraising opportunities are available so Scouts can earn their way. As part of her Wood Badge Ticket goals, she created a clothing closet. As part of being learning to be thrifty, Scouts are encouraged to donate their out-grown Scouting uniforms and gear to the clothing closet in order to help Scouts who may not be able to afford these items.

Jessica May
New Member Coordinator

Mrs. May joined Troop 254 in 2011 and has been involved on the Committee since 2012. She has served as a new parent mentor and currently serves as the Youth Protection Training (YPT) Champion, Adult Training Coordinator, and Archery Instructor. She believes that our scouts deserve trained leaders and is passionate about helping adults find the training they need to deliver a quality scouting experience.

Deb Latham
Committee Member

Ms. Latham joined Toop 254 with her son in 2017, after serving as a leader in Pack 387 for several years. She has held many hats with the troop including Committee Chair (currently), Advancement, Secretary, Outdoor Activities Cordinator and Coffee Crew Patrol Leader.

Recently, they have also joined Crew 254, where Ms. Latham serves as a committee member.

Ms. Latham believes in the scout program, and has seen first hand the lessons the youth are learning.

Kristin Borg
Advancement Chair
James Glass
Chartered Organization Representative
Kevin Dickman
Institutional Head

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