More Scenes Of Troop 122 Farolitos Illuminating Community

Troop 122 places farolitos at First United Methodist Church, its Chartered Organization and where they meet throughout the year. Their decades-old tradition on Christmas Eve is to place farolitos around Ashley Pond but due to restrictions because of the global pandemic, this year they placed the farolitos at First United Methodist Church in Los Alamos as well as Ponderosa Montessori School in White Rock. Photo by Greg Noeninckx

Troop 122 places farolitos Christmas Eve at First United Methodist Church. Photo by Greg Noeninckx

Troop 122 places farolitos Christmas Eve at First United Methodist Church. Troop 122 has served Los Alamos and the surrounding area since 1953. The troop has more than 40 boys; and one can always find a friend in that kind of crowd. Every month is filled with exciting adventures, from a 50 mile kayak trip down Mariscal Canyon at Big Bend to snow camping in the Jemez, brrr. Each year the troop goes to some great locations for summer camp. Join the troop for fellowship, fun activities, Merit Badges, and more. Most years Scouts 14 and older go to a special High Adventure Bases like Northern Tier Canoe Base and Florida Sea Base. In scouting, they learn leadership, respect, honesty and kindness. Scouting is for those who want to learn about the outdoors and/or are looking for life-long friendships. Learn more here. Photo by Greg Noeninckx

Farolitos line the sidewalk near Ponderosa Montessori School in White Rock. Photo by Steve Mosier

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