Pavers for public art
Dear Editor:The Snowmass Arts Advisory Board would like to thank each of you who purchased an engraved paver as part of the “Make your Mark on Snowmass Village” project. Pavers were purchased by many locals, as well as guests from around the world.Special thanks to: Related Westpac for this great opportunity to fund public art in Snowmass Village; BJ Adams Real Estate for purchasing several pavers to be inscribed with Snowmass pioneers to commemorate their dedication to a beautiful area so many of us call “home”; each and every one of you who purchased a paver.All of the personalized pavers will be installed at the base of Fanny Hill this fall. A reception is planned once the pavers are in place. Thanks to your contribution, public art will be purchased for Snowmass Village’s Art Walk, which extends from the entry to the Snowmass Mall. Those of you who purchased these tax-deductible mementos should have received your tax deduction receipts. SAAB thanks all of you for supporting public art in Snowmass Village.Linda GerdenichSnowmass Arts Advisory Board
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