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Thanks from AVH

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:

Last weekend, the staff at Aspen Valley Hospital had our end-of-season party at Iguana’s Restaurant.

We had an excellent time celebrating the end of another successful winter and could not have done it without the generous support of many people and businesses.

Our thanks go to: The medical staff, Mountain Ambulance, Aspen Valley Medical Foundation, Chuck Rowers, Heather and Arnold Forster, Mogador, Merlins, Jimmy’s, Café Ink, Bagel Bites, Johnny McGuire’s, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, La Cocina, Campo Di Fiori, Cache Cache, Genre, Paradise Bakery, the Big Wrap, Matsuhisa, National Distribution, Dolans, Ute Mountaineer, Bath & Body Works and the Wild Fig. Thank you also to Iguana’s Restaurant, for helping us put on an outstanding party.

Finally, we would like to thank the community for their continued support of Aspen Valley Hospital.

AVH Physical Therapy Department


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