Photo: The Little Nell gives $20,000 to ACES |

Photo: The Little Nell gives $20,000 to ACES

The Little Nell’s Executive Chef Matt Zubrod and Managing Director Simon Chen present a check in front of the hotel’s living wall to Aspen Center for Environmental Studies’ development director Christy Mahon and CEO Chris Lane. The $20,000 raised at The Nell’s Ride & Dine benefit at Rock Bottom Ranch in August will go to building a living wall at the ranch and toward its Field Studies Center’s renovation project.
May Selby/Special to The Aspen Times |

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