Scout Troop 206 & 4206
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Annual Pancake Breakfast
Sat., April 27; 8am-12pm
Trinity Church, Menlo Park

BSA Troop 206/4206 invites the community to our annual Pancake Breakfast, Saturday, April 27, 8am-noon at Trinity Church, Menlo Park. A $10 ticket at the door covers 1 adult or 2 kids. Scouts in uniform eat free. Secret recipe pancakes, sausage, fruit, drinks, vegetarian and gluten-free options available. Website: (
We are welcoming new scouts for the 2024-2025 scouting year;
no prior experience is required.
Please visit our website (
to learn more about the troop or contact:
Fiona Walker ( or Gail O'Connor (


Troop 206 is a thriving Boy Scout Troop in the mid-Peninsula, and is one of the most successful Scouting organizations in California.  It offers a strong tradition of boy leadership and a varied program of fun, adventure, learning and comradeship to boys.  

Troop 206 has served the communities of Atherton, Menlo Park, Redwood City, Woodside, and Portola Valley for over 60 years.  It is chartered by and meets at Trinity Episcopal Church in Menlo Park.  The Troop is nondenominational, enjoying a diverse group of backgrounds.  

Troop 206 has a proud history of community service and of helping boys develop into responsible citizens and leaders in their chosen fields.

Flag Retirement Ceremony
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Flag Retirement Ceremony
Palo Alto Scout Service Center’s Fire Circle
Monday, November 6, 7:30pm

BSA Troop 206 invites prospective scouts & parents to our Flag Retirement Ceremony at the Palo Alto Scout Service Center’s Fire Circle, Monday, November 6, 7:30pm. T206 is a scout-led troop with a strong tradition of scout leadership, adventure, learning, and camaraderie open to late-5th to 12th graders. Contact Fiona Walker ( to learn more. Website: (

Boy Scouts — Troops 64 & 4064
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If your kid is interested in outdoor adventures, our local scouting organizations are recruiting new members. Scouts are actively hiking, camping, learning to lead and helping the community in ways large and small. Scouting provides a safe environment for life skills such as first aid, citizenship, fire safety, cooking and more.
Boy Scouts Troops 64 & 4064: 
For kids over 11, the first Troop meeting of the year will be held Wednesday, Sept. 6th, 6:30-8 pm at the Portola Valley Town Center.
Portola Valley & Woodside Cub Scouts Pack 163:
For kids under 11, the first Pack Meeting will be held Tuesday, September 12th, 5pm-6:30pm at the Corte Madera School Outdoor Amphitheater.