Thanks to everyone
Dear Editor:As the silent auction coordinator for the Haiti Benefit Concert at the Wheeler on Feb. 11, I would like to thank the many people and places who so generously donated to the event in so many ways:Backdoor Catering, Beverage Distributors, Boden’s Butter, City Market, Clark’s Market, Domino’s Pizza, European Catering, Paradise Bakery, Of Grape and Grain, The Grog Shop, Sugar Magnolias, Ana Belalcazar, Connie O’Murray, Julie Lampton, Tracy Mosher, Vanessa Corona, and the many people who volunteered at the event:Above & Beyond Concierge, ACES, Annabel Golden, Aspen BrownieWorks, Aspen Eclectic, Aspen Film, Aspen Whitewater Rafting, Aspen Yarn Gallery, b.may bags, Barb Hurwitz, A. Beadles Fine Art, Bikram Basalt, Bloomingbirds, Boogies, Brendan Roberts, Bronco cheerleaders, Cache Cache, Cindy Griem, Ciro’s Loft, Connie O’Murray, Correll Buchalter, Denver Avalanche, Denver Broncos, Denver Nuggets, Enchanted Gifts, Explore Booksellers, Fred Dick, Full Circle Massage, Grateful Deli, Greg Fulginiti, Gwyn’s High Alpine, Harmony Scott, Himat Singh Dayvault, Janet Shelton, Jeremy Graham, Jill’s Carpets, Kathryn Castillo, Ksenija Ilic, L’Occitane, La Palapa, Mi Casita, Mountain Flowers, Mountain Greenery, O2, Pam Smith, Patricia Neeb, Pismo, Plant Trees 4 Life, Radio, Richard Harris, Rick Reilly, Roberta McGowan, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Lauren Pierce, Marcia Weese, Marmot, Matsuhisa, Melt, Meridian Jewelers, Mezzaluna, Salon Tullio, Sandy’s Office Supply, Ski Butlers, Steve and Stacy Degouveia, Sue Krehbiel, Summer Moore, SunWest Electric, Takah Sushi, The Art Of Fitness, The Aspen Goldsmith, The Aspen Institute, The Aspen Music Festival, The Caribou Club, The Miner’s Building, US bank, Ute Mountaineer, Valley Fine Arts, Weems Westerfeldt, Wheeler Opera House, White House Pizza, Yampah Hot Springs, and the many last-minute donors. This event could not have been so successful without each and every one of you. Thank you all so much!Liz ShapiroAspen
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