Bonnie’s family says thanks
Dear Editor:We would like to thank this wonderful community for all the kind gestures and support that our family has received. Bonnie was so proud to be a part of this community and its incredible offerings. The outpouring of support has been so uplifting and appreciated.A special thanks to Dr. Doug Rovira, Barb Sterling, Tina Staley, the entire Aspen Valley Hospital staff, Molly Garland and the Hospice crew. You all have a tremendous gift, and we couldn’t have done it without your compassion and dedication!We also wanted to thank Henrietta and Barry at Bumps Restaurant, Bridgette at Bonnie’s Restaurant, PJ at Back Door Catering, Fiona and John at Grana Bread, Mike Petrie at US Foods/Alliant, John Verity at Electronic Systems Consultants, Patty Mundinger, Rick Newton at the Walnut House, Cindy Hansen, The Aspen Times, Harrington Smith Flowers, Gregg Anderson, the musicians and staff at the Prince of Peace Chapel for providing us the opportunity to fulfill Bonnie’s wishes and for all of us to remember a remarkable woman.We will always be eternally grateful to Bonnie’s “group of ladies” who have really shown our family the beauty and importance of friendship. We are very fortunate to be a part of this community and it was important to our beloved Bonnie that we all celebrate life!Corin Brucker for the Rayburn and Brucker familyCarbondale
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A new 6-mile jug handle trail has been added to the Emma side of land known as the Crown. The Vasten Trail provides options for mountain bikers in the popular area.