A Hands and Heart thank you
Dear Editor:On Saturday April 21, the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork, hosted its annual Hands and Heart Celebration and Fundraiser at the Inn at Aspen. It was our most successful event to date, with more than 250 people in attendance! Thank you to Bighorn Toyota for their title sponsorship and to the following business sponsors: American National Bank, A Child’s Cup of Tea, Cole West Corp, DBS Helicopters, JSR Solutions, Lazure Custom Wall Design, Myler Law Firm, The Hideout Cabins and Campground, the law office of William G. Argeros and Whitsitt & Gross PC. The evening began with a fantastic silent auction, featuring more than 300 unique items donated so generously by local Roaring Fork merchants. Our valley is blessed with business owners who care about our community.A special thank you to Laugh Your Aspen Off! headliner Clifford Fewel and his troupe delivered fun, highly customized material, leaving the crowd in stitches. We then danced the night away to music provided by Acoustic Mayhem, featuring our own wonderfully talented music teacher, Lorraine Curry. Chris Bank joined Acoustic Mayhem, adding his magic touch to make the evenings entertainment extra special. A huge thank you to all of these wonderful entertainers who so graciously donated their time.Thank you to all who donated their time, talent and resources toward the success of this evening. The outpouring of generosity was truly amazing. The money we raised will provide funds for scholarships, salaries, materials and the myriad necessities for the incomparable education our children receive at the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork. Pam Rosenthal, chairwomanWSRF Board of Trustees
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