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Selfless women give back

Dear Editor:

We are writing to let the Aspen community know about 100+ Women Who Care and the great asset they are for children and families in our valley. This is a powerful, committed group of women that meets regularly throughout the year and makes meaningful financial contributions to local nonprofits.

In 2011, River Bridge Regional Center was the proud recipient of a very generous donation totaling more than $5,000. Serving children and families of Pitkin, Eagle, Garfield and Rio Blanco counties, River Bridge is a local Child Advocacy Center focused on the prevention, assessment, treatment and investigation of child abuse. This contribution from 100+ Women Who Care greatly supported River Bridge in providing essential and effective services to some of the most vulnerable members of our community, child-abuse victims.

The 100+ Women Who Care make it fun and convenient to make a significant, positive impact in the community.

Their next meeting is at 6 p.m. today at the Limelight Hotel in Aspen. Any and all interested women are invited to join that evening for socializing and to learn more about this unique and caring group!

Blythe Chapman, Kerry Ach, Lee Martin and

Meghan Hurley

River Bridge Regional Center


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