Free concert alert!
Dear Editor:For the past five years, Vince Gill and Amy Grant have shown selfless dedication to Challenge Aspen, and helped create thousands of possibilities for people with disabilities. Year after year, they give truly amazing personal contributions that money can’t buy. And on Monday, June 25, at 7 p.m., Vince and Amy will give again … this time in the form of a free concert at Fanny Hill arena in Snowmass Village, for all Alpine Bank customers and supporters of Challenge Aspen. Along with Vince and Amy, I’d like to thank Alpine Bank, as the very generous title sponsor, and Town of Snowmass Village and Aspen Skiing Co. for their support of this event.In the center of a busy touring season, Vince and Amy will take a break in Snowmass before they head out on the summer leg of the “These Days” tour. Vince was recently awarded the 2007 Academy of Country Music Award for “Vocal Event of the Year” for “Building Bridges,” adding to his astonishing 15-Grammy career. Amy’s career is equally studded as Vince’s with industry awards, including six Grammys and 25 Dove Awards. Together they form the perfect lyrical partnership, and their performance at Fanny Hill will be a magical evening of song and entertainment.Challenge Aspen is greatly benefited by a responsive, giving community of friends in the Roaring Fork Valley, including astounding volunteers, instructors and staff. We thank you all for your kindness and generosity and hope that you are able to accept a thank you in return by joining us at Fanny Hill on Monday, June 25.Houston CowanCEOChallenge Aspen
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