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Is Durango totally boring?

Youth Expo organized to counter local teenagers’ complaint that there’s nothing to do here
Tyler Mills, 16, said he volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore four or five days a week and has been doing it for a couple of years now.
Tyler Mills, 16, often helps his dad, Shawn Mills, who is an employee of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, after he gets out of school. “Unfortunately for him, we’re his ride home,” joked Shawn Mills. But not all youths are finding things to do, so local teens have organized the first-ever “Youth Expo” on Tuesday.
Tyler Mills, 16, said he volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore four or five days a week and has been doing it for a couple of years. Mills said he likes the work Habitat does. “I figured I would find a way to help,” he said.

Is Durango totally boring?

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Tyler Mills, 16, said he volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore four or five days a week and has been doing it for a couple of years now.
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Tyler Mills, 16, often helps his dad, Shawn Mills, who is an employee of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, after he gets out of school. “Unfortunately for him, we’re his ride home,” joked Shawn Mills. But not all youths are finding things to do, so local teens have organized the first-ever “Youth Expo” on Tuesday.
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Tyler Mills, 16, said he volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore four or five days a week and has been doing it for a couple of years. Mills said he likes the work Habitat does. “I figured I would find a way to help,” he said.
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