Landolfi, son of Michelle and Nick Landolfi, earned 33 merit badges and served Troop 206 as a senior patrol leader, patrol leader, troop guide, and den chief. He was inducted into the Order of the Arrow.
For his Eagle project, Landolfi built and installed a hexagonal picnic table and three planter boxes at Menlo-Atheron High School. He's a 2017 M-A graduate and now attends Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
McBirney, a graduate of The King's Academy, was a patrol leader, instructor and troop guide. The son of Scott and Lisa McBirney, he built two picnic tables and accompanying benches at Seminary Oaks Park in Menlo Park, providing a great improvement tothe park and service to the community, according to Brian Henry, director of Menlo Park's public works division.
He is a student at Santa Barbara City College and hopes to transfer to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to study biology.
Montoya's Eagle project was a mobile sports cart for Ronald McDonald House in Palo Alto. On his path to Eagle Scout, he completed two 70-plus-mile treks at Philmont Scout Camp in Cimarron, New Mexico.
The son of Beth and Robert Montoya and an M-A graduate, Montoya plans to pursue his interests in environmental sciences in college.
For his Eagle project, Collyer designed and coordinated the building of a dog kennel for the Peninsula Open Space District's Skyline Outpost. He also completed two treks at Philmont, as well as other 50-mile treks, and served the troop as senior patrol leader.
An M-A graduate, he is studying environmental sciences and political science in college. He is the son of Ramona Murray and Richard Collyer, who also earned his Eagle rank with Troop 206 and is now troop scoutmaster.
Other Troop 206 Scouts earning the rank of Eagle in recent months are Derek Ronan Smith of Emerald Hills, a student at Woodside High; Nathan Van Dell of Redwood City, a Junipero Serra High School student; and Trevor Lance Collet of Redwood City, and Woodside High student.
Contributed by Lovinda Beal Blohm for Troop 206
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