Mostly Aspen locals enjoyed the Annual Community Party held at the Hotel Jerome as a benefit for Aspen Valley Hospital and hosted by the Aspen Valley Medical Foundation. A “Doctor Jam Band” made up of local doctors and hospital personnel marched into the ballroom playing “When the Saints Go Marching In,” and later everyone danced to the music of The Sirens. There are many photos so I will keep the column short.The foundation provides money to the hospital for EMT, nursing and paramedic scholarships, and money for direct assistance that provides help for emergency medical, dental and prescription needs. Last year the foundation responded to more than 225 such requests. The medical foundation also provides equipment needed for the hospital.
Sandie and Dr. Archer Bishop entertained with cocktails and dinner for members and friends of the Snowmass Western Heritage Association last Thursday evening at their home near Castle Creek. The Association sponsors the Snowmass Rodeo.Four generations of the Rosenau family recently got together at the Snowmass home of Anita and Gary Rosenau. Those on hand were daughter Gail Scott and her husband, Tom Quinlin, grandchildren Chris and Donna Scott, and great-grandchildren Simon and Tommy Scott. Anita has also been reading her books at the Pitkin County Library.Undercurrent … the pure joy of those first daffodils.
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