A prom to remember
On behalf of the Aspen High School junior class (the Class of 2004) we would like to extend our thanks to everyone who helped to make our “Prom Escape” so successful!
Thank you, Kendall Evans, Tom Farrell and Fred Brooks for your help in transporting 280 students up to the Elk Mountain Lodge. Thank you, Michael Owen for everything that you did to make this such a fantastic experience. The lodge was gorgeous, and we still can’t believe that we were able to have our prom at such an amazing place … thank you!
Thank you, Gerry Schuster, for being such a wonderful photographer; all of the pictures turned out beautifully. Thank you, Network Band, for a fantastic night of dancing. You were awesome and made the dance so much fun.
We’d like to also thank the local businesses for their help: Paradise Bakery, Alpine Party Rental, The Walnut House, The Aspen Square and Warren Klug, Sashae, Penny Ritchie, and the Cleaner Express.
Of course, who could forget Nancy Roach? Nancy, you are the Prom Goddess! You made every minute of prom committee so enjoyable. Thank you for guiding us every step of the way and making this prom so successful.
Also, we’d like to thank the chaperones who attended prom. They took time out of their own schedules to drive us safely and be with us through the entire party. We could not have done it without you.
Thank you, once again, for making our prom so wonderful and a night we’ll always remember.
Patty Hua, class treasurer
Aspen High School
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