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Ribbon for peace

Dear Editor:With all the discord in the world today, we at the Aspen Chapel feel we should strive to bring everyone together in harmony thinking about peace. Accordingly, a large ribbon has been placed on the Aspen Chapel’s steeple so everyone driving into or away from Aspen can spot it and share a deep thought for peace. Our chapel has always been a symbol of peace, thus the ribbon serves as a visible reminder of the depth of our desire for peace.The ribbon also announces another exciting event: the chapel’s annual benefit brunch which is on Sunday, August 20. Patsy and John Shields are opening their incredible home in “The Pines” off Owl Creek Road for a sumptuous brunch including live music by Cathy Markle and the Jazz All Stars, outstanding cuisine by European Caterers, and a full silent auction with Paula Paepcke Zurcher’s Model-A Ford topping the list of beautiful items on which to bid.We want everyone to know that they are invited and can call the chapel at 925-7184 for further information or to make reservations.Harriette Line ThompsonBenefit Chairwoman

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