New Members

Welcome to Pack 328

Following incorporation in 1910, the BSA was granted a charter by Congress in 1916 to make its program available through community-based organizations. Each unit (Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity Scout team, Sea Scout ship, or Venturing crew) are chartered by organizations with goals compatible with the BSA purpose of providing boys, girls, and young adults with an effective program designed to instill desirable qualities of character, develop personal fitness, and train youth in the responsibilities of participating citizenship. Local councils are chartered to provide service to help chartered organizations be continuously successful in their use of the Scouting program. The four major functions for program delivery are membership/relationships (making Scouting available to all youth), finance (providing adequate funds), program (maintaining standards and policies), and unit service(serving organizations that use the Scouting program).

Longhorn Council (HOAC):
We are part of the Mustang District:
Our chartered organization is the Trophy Club First United Methodist Church:

Your Committee

Every Pack has a local Committee to help manage.
Cubmaster: Jacob Hildebrand
Treasurer: Kathy Bauer

The Den leaders serve as the remaining committee members
We also have lots of opportunities for you to help out: See


We have a Facebook page
We will use this to also notify you of upcoming events as a reminder, and to post pictures/comments after the events.


Each scout is required to have a Class A Uniform which they will wear to all Pack Meetings, Go-and-see’s, Fundraising and other events.

These items can be purchased at the Scout Shop or online at or you may ask the Cubmaster for donated, used uniforms and stuff.