Troop 28 logo Welcome to Troop 28 of Colleyville, TX
sponsored by the First United Methodist Church of Colleyville,
and a member of the Lakeview District of the Longhorn Council,
Boy Scouts of America
Banden Powell
 

Although Scouting has changed over the years, the ideals and aims have remained the same: character growth, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Scouting is updated periodically to keep pace with a changing world. It isn't the same as it was on Brownsea Island in 1907, but the ideals are still based on principles that Baden-Powell had been taught as a boy.”...Boy Scouts of America

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Troop 28 is a boy-led troop.  Our Scouts will be trained to be leaders.  Troop 28 emphasizes teamwork, camping and outdoor skills as tools to practice leadership skills Scouts will use as adults.  All boys age 11 to 17, in grades 6 -  12, are welcome to join us or to visit a meeting.   Please contact our Committee Chairman or Scoutmaster to arrange to visit a meeting.

Troop 28 meeting information

First United Methodist Church Colleyville, Family Life Center 
Monday - 7:00 p.m. - 08:30 p.m.

1000 Church Street
Colleyville, TX  76034

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Troop Information

Troop 28 has been providing boys and adults of Northeast Tarrant County with opportunities to learn, grow and experience the best of Scouting since 1928. The Troop is currently sponsored by the First United Methodist Church in Colleyville, TX and is led by our Scoutmaster, Brian Hickey.  Each spring, our Troop welcomes incoming area Webelos joining our Troop.  We are proud that we have a continuous history of new, experienced and senior scouts. 

Troop 28, scouts are organized by age, interest or development into smaller units or “Patrols” (about 8 to 12 boys).  Each Patrol functions both independently and within the troop.  Patrol leadership is elected twice each year  and new patrols are assigned a Troop Guide as they are formed.  Patrols are responsible for their own campsite, meals and duties while participating in camp activities with the larger group. Through the Patrol method, boys not only develop special friendships but have more opportunities to develop leadership skills.