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People Talk: What do you love about the El Dorado Hills Teen Center?

LAUREN REINER — "I love that I get to work with kids from so many backgrounds. This place is important to all of them.
LAUREN REINER — "I love that I get to work with kids from so many backgrounds. This place is important to all of them.

LAUREN REINER, El Dorado Hills — “I love that I get to work with kids from so many backgrounds.”

VICTOR MUNOZ, El Dorado Hills — “It gives me something to do in this small, quiet little town.”

KAREEM BALLAL, El Dorado Hills — “The staff are really nice. I feel safe and I can be myself.”

DYLAN DRINNEN, El Dorado Hills — “It’s just a cool place to be. I can do whatever I want … hang out with friends or do my homework.”

FRANK CASAZZA, El Dorado Hills — “I get to escape from the house and from school. I get my social time here, and that’s really important to me.”

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  1. The EDH Teen Center is super innovative–it’s setting the mark high for other communities. Keep it up!

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