NM Brujos to Adopt Local Park, Schedule Clean Ups.
Starting off 2021 where they left off last year, the New Mexico Brujos have secured a long term goal towards bettering and beautifying their community. In an effort led by team captain Leon Wilson, the NM Brujos have reached an agreement with the city of Albuquerque to adopt part of Bullhead Park. Located in South East Albuquerque, and named after the submarine USS Bullhead (SS-332), the last Navy ship sunk in WWII, Bullhead park has long been a recreational hotspot for sports in Albuquerque, including rugby. There's even a dogpark. Recently the city renovated the far eastern portion of the park, even installing new, long needed, lights. This is the portion of the park the NM Brujos have agreed to adopt. Beginning as soon as next week the NM Brujos will be scheduling weekly clean ups at the park. Per city and state law regarding Covid-19, the groups will be limited to 5 people at a time. This is open to not just the team, but friends, family, and other rugby team that would like to get involved. If you would like to help keep this interesting little corner of the city looking good, please contact email@example.com. Hopefully when rugby practice and matches can start again, this location can serve as a permanent home for the NM Brujos, youth rugby, and rugby in the city and state in general. The more rugby gives back to the community, the more we invest in rugby's long term success in the city. Que Viva!