On the last weekend of September and the first weekend of October, youth affiliated with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado, Boys and Girls Club, and La Plata Youth Services participated in painting the newest mural at the Everyday Gas Station on 8th Ave and College. Youth of all ages participated in the making of this miraculous collaboration art piece signifying change and the many different light and dark aspects to life. One side symbolizes darkness, and the other symbolizes joyous things such as hiking, skiing, and river tubing.
This project was also a collaboration between the three organizations that made it happen. We would like to thank BBBS and Boys and Girls Club of Durango for allowing us to contribute and participate!