Gave some, got some
I am writing on behalf of the Spring Board Advised Fund of the Aspen Community Foundation to thank our local community for the success of our annual fundraiser, Give Some, Get Some. The event (Spring Board’s seventh annual) would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors, Alpine Bank, the Crystal Palace Grill, Community Banks of Colorado, the Aspen Brewing Co., Pearl Vodka and Jes Grew (who kept the crowd rockin’ all night long).
The next round of thanks goes to all of the local businesses and individuals who donated items for our silent auction. The auction was the most successful we have ever put on, and we could not have done this without all of your support.
Finally, I would like to thank all of our attendees who turned out in hordes to fill the venue. Your support through ticket sales and silent auction bidding is the backbone of Spring Board’s ability to achieve our mission of promoting volunteerism and charitable giving throughout the Roaring Fork Valley! Thank you so much!
I would be remiss ending my thank-you list without recognizing our board, who volunteered countless hours to pull the event off: Kaitlyn Archambault, Sarabeth Berk, Jamie Bethell, Krystal England, Katie Frank, Lindsay Harding, Patrick Kelly, Kristin Lidman, Meredith McKee, Spencer McKnight, Evan Menzel, Meghan Pearlman, Katie Schwoerer, Kathy Yang and Michael Yang. You are all amazing!
Spring Board chair
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Local fire officials in Pitkin, Eagle and Garfield counties are heightening their fire concerns, and starting this week Stage 1 fire restrictions will be enacted. Stage 1 means no campfires in undeveloped sites, no fireworks and no smoking outside unless it’s in an area cleared of all combustible materials.