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Aspen Misc. for Sept. 4, 2022

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Where's your Aspen Times? There were 17 women who got together recently for a Wienerstube reunion. Ladies came from as far away as Australia.
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Ski*Foto is reaching out to past employees and friends to take part in a reunion on Saturday, Sept. 10, at Snowmass Town Park. The event starts at 3 p.m. Find the event group on Facebook to RSVP, or call Kathy Dreher at 970-618-3407.
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Pictured are Literary Cowboy Tony Vagneur and members of the Tony Vagneur Fan Club, Mary Duchein, left, and Marina Rainer, right, at a meeting on Left Bank Lane on the Roaring Fork River. Jill Sheeley and Eddie Rainer, not pictured, also attended. Paonia peaches and fresh-baked pastries from the Duchein Bakery were served.
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Kelli Demayo immortalized the Ducky Derby duck in bronze using the lost wax technique at Samantha Pasapane’s sculpture class at Anderson Ranch Art Center.
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Kelli Demayo immortalized the Ducky Derby duck in bronze using the lost wax technique at Samantha Pasapane’s sculpture class at Anderson Ranch Art Center.
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