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Helping homeless vets

From a ladder, Jim Sadlon talks with John Wade about renovations at the Durango Community Shelter. The renovations will help the shelter offer more services for veterans. The project involved more thans 50 volunteers and included more than $22,000 in donated materials and volunteer work from Home Depot. The project includes new office space, remodeled bathrooms, painting and landscaping. Enlarge photo

SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald

From a ladder, Jim Sadlon talks with John Wade about renovations at the Durango Community Shelter. The renovations will help the shelter offer more services for veterans. The project involved more thans 50 volunteers and included more than $22,000 in donated materials and volunteer work from Home Depot. The project includes new office space, remodeled bathrooms, painting and landscaping.

The donation of materials and volunteer hours by Home Depot are helping the Durango Community Shelter complete renovations, which will further the shelter’s longtime goal to provide more services for veterans. Enlarge photo

SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald

The donation of materials and volunteer hours by Home Depot are helping the Durango Community Shelter complete renovations, which will further the shelter’s longtime goal to provide more services for veterans.

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