Troop 4 has resumed in person meetings and is requiring masks and social distancing due to SARS-CoV-2 and the delta variant.

All Troop 4 Families should read, be familiar with and follow the current guidelines and policies set forth in the Troop 4 Covid-19 Protocols document. Click here for the latest version (updated October 6, 2021).

Feel free to contact Troop leadership at for more information. Please check out our Covid-19 resource page with more information.

Welcome to Troop 4 Pasadena


Current, as well as past Scouts and leaders join together for a group photo

Founded in 1913, Troop 4 is one of the oldest Scout troops in the western U.S. and one of the largest in the Greater Los Angeles Area Council. Because of our history and large volunteer staff, we offer a variety of exciting events, projects, and adventures for the complete Scouting experience. Troop 4 Scouts have fun and that’s the key to our success in building character, leadership, and a commitment to community service.

Organ Donor Awareness Month

Troop 4 is doing Fitness in April and promoting Organ Donor awareness. In conjunction with Donate Life America.

Scouts are trying to get friends or family to register to become organ donors. More than 100,000 people are waiting for a lifesaving transplant.

We started with a presentation by ASM John Heinsen and on Monday had a guest speaker Phil Shin – Marathon runner, cancer survivor and organ recipient. Everyone learned a lot thanks to the arrangements by Troop Committee Chairperson Greg Braun. Here is a picture from our zoom meeting. Links below for more of Phil’s amazing story.

Scout Sunday

 This Annual event where celebrate the Anniversary of Boy Scouts and also acknowledge and thank Westminster Presbyterian Church for it’s 107 years of support for our Troop! We had several scouts participated in the service. Liam Carrig Braun, Saverio Fennell-Molinaro, Adrian Villaneda, Ben Jennings, Riley Paddock, Fletcher Paddock and Jake Neely. Other Scouts were ushers and greeters.

Josh Cunningham – Eagle Project

Josh Cunningham has completed a 2 part Eagle Project to create a new campsite at Henninger Flats. It involved fabricating a picnic table,  bench,  and food prep table. In November, He led scouts in the church parking lot finishing the assembly and weatherproofing all of the wood. Then in January, He installed the parts into cement footings and also installed a barbecue stove. In addition to this they leveled tent areas and drainage for the new water faucet. Finally to top it all off they Scouts earned the Fire Safety merit badge!