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Mountain Mayhem: The Class of 2022

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
The mothers and daughters (and one son) who co-hosted the summery graduation party. Courtesy photo.
Aspen High School seniors Ava Kaplan and Devin Thomas.
Georgia Hollander and Mia Seltzer.
Lucas Lee, Zach Small, Declan O'Donoghue and Will Haneman. Jeff Halferty photo.
Friends Zea Anderson, Tigist Peshek and Lily McAllister.
Moms Megan Clark and Natasha Thomas.
Lucy McBride, Lyndsey Lizotte, Mia Selzter and Maggie Woodrow.
Gang’s all here – the colorfully dressed co-hosts of the graduation party. Sara Haneman photo.
The invitation from the 13 graduates who co-hosted the graduation party. Back row, left to right - Thea Hecht, Addie Welden, Isla Smagala, Ava Kaplan, Mia Seltzer and Bella Haneman. Front row - Georgia Hollander, Devin Thomas, Garrett Greene, Lindsey Heinecken, Reese Leonard, Stella Halferty and Lily Louise Sanders. Courtesy photo.

In celebration of their upcoming graduation from Aspen High School, a group of thirteen seniors co-hosted a party on Saturday, May 28, at a private residence in Aspen. The group comprised twelve young ladies – Thea Hecht, Addie Welden, Isla Smagala, Ava Kaplan, Mia Seltzer, Bella Haneman, Georgia Hollander, Devin Thomas, Lindsey Heinecken, Reese Leonard, Stella Halferty and Lily Louise Sanders – and one young man – Garrett Greene. The seniors and their parents who co-hosted the event invited the entire senior class, as well as siblings and friends from other grades, all to celebrate a successful school year and special send-off to college. Aside from a bit of wind, the weather was ideal for an afternoon affair featuring lawn games, music, a pool party, and food and drinks provided by ASC Catering with lobster rolls, tacos, sliders, salads and more. Congrats to the Aspen High School Class of 2022!


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