ALBUQUERQUE – From two feet to nine, Boy Scout Troop 409 has pretty much any type of Christmas tree you could want this holiday season.
Colorado Blue Spruce, and Scotch Pine, Selling trees is a tradition for the troop.
It’s not only a way to teach the boys life skills.
But making a schedule and showing up when they’ve signed up to work, dealing with people the customers that come in, answering their questions are important “life Skills.”
It is also a big source of income for the troop. Troop 409 started their first day of sales the day after Thanksgiving at 725 Juan Tabo NE. They will be selling trees up until Christmas.
What a Christmas blessing to see our youth at work serving our community and learning a Godly work ethic.