Shakespeare in the Park fundraiser a success
I would like to express my deep appreciation to all who attended and to those volunteers who worked so very hard to make the Hudson Reed Ensemble’s Second Annual Aspen Croquet Tournament such a success.
Thanks to our season sponsor, Reese Henry, and all others who contributed goods and services, including Jiminy Wicket who donated five new croquet sets. Special thanks to Barbara Shaw and Kathy Gibson for their tireless work. This benefit will help to underwrite our free Shakespeare in the Park production of “The Taming of the Shrew” this summer. We feel blessed and proud to be a part of the Aspen cultural community.
Kent Hudson Reed
Director, the Hudson Reed Ensemble
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