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Spring Board gives back

Dear Editor:

The members of Spring Board Aspen would like to thank the Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers for coordinating and leading a trail-work day with us on Sept. 9.

Spring Board Aspen is proud to be able to support Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers’ Crew Leader Corps Program this year as one of our grant recipients. We are very excited to see the development of this new program and what the youth leaders are able to accomplish. Spring Board is happy to be able to give back to the community both financially and with volunteer hours.

Spring Board is a volunteer board of young adults (ages 21 to 35) dedicated to raising money for and working with organizations that engage youth in their community and help to foster volunteerism. Spring Board has been committed to empowering a new generation by encouraging leadership, philanthropy and volunteerism since 1997.

Our 2012 grantees include Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, Kids for Kids, Raising a Reader, Junior Hope (Aspen Hope Center) and the Stage of Life Theater.

Adam McCurdy, on behalf of Spring Board Aspen


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