Here is the list of winners in Saturday’s Lucky Ducky Derby Festival.• Rodney Jacobs, Aspen, $15,000 cash donated by the Rotary Club.• Sara Reichardt, Aspen, $1,300 round of golf for four with two carts, donated by the Maroon Creek Club.• Jenny Nelson, Aspen, $500 limited edition print, donated by Judy Haas.• Darby BeDell, Edwardsville, Ill., $430 round of golf for four with one cart, donated by the Aspen Golf Club.• Dick Howard, Carbondale, $400 digital camera, donated by Walnut House.• Tyler Baker, Basalt, $250 facial and massage, donated by the Aspen Club & Spa.• Tim Donovan, Aspen, $250 gift card donated by City Market.• Kim McKinley, Longmont, $250 gift basket donated by the Cos Bar.• David Williams, Aspen, $139 desktop stereo system, donated by Sandy’s Office Supply.• Lisa and Scott Lambert, Aspen, $126 Girl power ring, donated by Aspen Designers.• Brian McCutchan, Rifle, $100 rug, donated by Jill’s Carpets.• Joan Bornstein, Aspen, $100 flower arrangement, donated by Mountain Flowers.• Sherry Zehr, Lincoln, Neb., $100 dinner for two, donated by Mogador Restaurant.• Marvin Josephson, New York City, $80 prize, donated by The Baggage Claim.• Fran Felser, Snowmass Village, $80 fly rod, donated by the Miners Building.• Nicole Cavarra, Carbondale, $75 makeup session, donated by Maneia.• Byron Lindenau, Aspen, $50 gift certificate, donated by Mother Lode restaurant.• Hannah Marin, Los Angeles, $50 gift certificate donated by Oilily.• Ron Lund, Basalt, $50 gift certificate donated by Mezzaluna Restaurant.• Griff Smith, Aspen, $50 gift certificate donated by Mezzaluna Restaurant.• David Whittier, Basalt, $50 gift certificate donated by Mezzaluna Restaurant.• T. Richard Butera, Aspen, $50 gift certificate donated by Mezzaluna Restaurant.• Jill Briggs, Redstone, $50 gift certificate donated by Mezzaluna Restaurant.• Robert J. Leurley, Snowmass Village, $45 haircut donated by Maneia.• Jimmy Barker, Silt, $45 haircut donated by Maneia.• Nan Raaf, Denver, Last Duck Prize – $35 gift certificate, donated by Specialty Foods of Aspen.
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Bluebird skies, spring-like temperatures and a few inches of snow from Monday night’s storm helped Snowmass skiers and snowboarders cruise into the season Wednesday for opening day.