Re-inspired by Challenge Aspen
Dear Editor:My wife and I were fortunate to be invited by a long time friend as his guest to attend this year’s annual fundraiser for Challenge Aspen at the Aspen Meadows on Sunday night and play golf with none other than Amy Grant on Monday at the Snowmass Club.I had lost touch with the program over the past few years, and I consider myself very lucky to have been reintroduced to its magic and wonder. I can’t even describe the emotions that we both felt and the positive energy that was present during the two days we participated. What I will share with you is that it has changed our outlook on life and living. We were humbled to be in the presence of all involved and those in attendance, and we would encourage everyone in the valley to take a closer look at Challenge Aspen. It’s truly one of the most amazing nonprofit organizations anywhere, and its programs provide unsurpassed benefits and hope for those with disabilities. And its right here in Aspen.Join Nancy and I and get on board with Challenge Aspen. It’s gonna be a wonderful ride.R.J and Nancy GallagherAspen
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: The Colorado Department of Transportation gives Aspen’s roundabout a poor grade in terms of level of service so it’s thinking about making changes. But first, a study or two must be done.