Central California Pathfinders "Christmas in the Park"
Several Central California Pathfinder clubs participated in a "Christmas in the Park" tradition decorating a town Christmas tree. Christmas in the Park is visited by 500,000 people each year.
According to Alexis Catala, Area 2 Coordinator, "The cardboard Pathfinders, made by San Mateo Pathfinders, is a representation of Pathfinders from around the world.
Their hand color is different to symbolize, even though we are all different, we are all the same." Pathfinders were able to create and hang ornaments for tree #104, and were also able to hand out flyers telling attendees about Pathfinder ministry.