Our Scoutmasters

LINDY PETERSEN SR

We are committed to improving our Scouts experiences and preparing them!

Troop 28 has an adult leadership committee that is responsible for the administrative oversight of our unit.  Our unit is boy-led, meaning that all decisions on meetings and activities are planned by the Scouts, via their Senior Patrol and Patrol Leadership.  The PLC (Parent Leadership Committee) is in place to make sure that the resources are in place so that the activities can occur.  The PLC is also responsible for setting the year's goals, with an eye focused upon advancement and expanding the opportunities for our Scouts to learn and explore in a fun, friendly, and safe environment.

TODD JUMPER

Vision

We have a simple, but robust vision: to help our members become the best possible citizens and role models that they can be.  We strive and assist to the fullest extent possible, each Scout's journey to Eagle.

Volunteering

If you have but one hour per week, we have opportunities.  Our troop committee consists of volunteers who help  with planning, finances, fundraising, camping, public relations, communications, merit badges, and a host of other activities.

LEON BRASCH

Troop 28 Parent Leadership Committee

Recent Programs

We're continually working hard to improve communities throughout the state. If you're interested to see what we've been doing recently (especially if you want to help), check out our project list.

ANDY GRAY