Soccer players pitch in on project
Players from the Los Alamos High School girls soccer program pitched into paint the over 700 linear feet of handrails at Pajarito Complex, a rental property owned by Los Alamos Public Schools and leased to Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The team was interested in a community service project, according to a release from LAPS.
More than 35 players took part on the paint job, which took less than two hours to complete.
“We have a phenomenal group of girls this year, they work together as a team both on and off the field,” said coach Gary Ahlers.
Credit union among top 200 in U.S.
Del Norte Credit Union, which operates a branch in Los Alamos and is in the process of constructing a new facility in White Rock was recently named to the 2015 edition of the “Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions in America,” that according to DepositAccounts.
Del Norte received solid ratings in all of the primary evaluation categories, including Texas ratio, deposit growth and capitalization.
The credit union received a ranking of 192 among the top 200. It was the third highest rated credit union in New Mexico and only one of four to make DepositAccounts’ list.
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