Thanks to Apex and the Thrift Shop |

Thanks to Apex and the Thrift Shop

Dear Editor:

It’s a gray blustery day outside but that can’t diminish the warmth we feel for the ongoing crucial support we receive from two long-standing loyal benefactors here in Aspen.

The Aspen Historical Society would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to Apex Security for monitoring and protecting our irreplaceable artifacts and for keeping an eye on our sites 24-7. The Apex team has been guarding our collective stories ever since Jim McDade started the firm, and they deserve accolades from everyone.

The ladies of the Thrift Shop of Aspen support our community in so many ways that the stories could fill a library. Their personal and institutional generosity has made an indelible impact on our town- and AHS has been a steady recipient of their gifts. We appreciate these women beyond words!

Georgia Hanson

President/CEO, Aspen Historical Society

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