Boy Scout troop donates to Tijuana families

On Jan. 9, the Del Mar Boy Scout Troop 713, St. James Church and Mission Circle joined for their annual Epiphany Wrapping Event. Fifteen boys from Troop 713 helped with wrapping gifts donated by the community and church, filling sports bags with children’s clothing and sports equipment.

The gift bags were donated to families living in Tijuana. Troop 713 is a high adventure troop and has been active in Del Mar since 1917 with 81 members between the ages of 11 and 18.

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