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Letter: Flight with friends

The Aspen chapter of the 99’s would like to invite the flying community and all aviation enthusiasts to our annual Pilots’ Holiday Party on Tuesday. It will be held at the Mountain Chalet (333 E. Durant Ave. in Aspen) from 5 to 8 p.m. There will be a cash bar and potluck appetizers and desserts. For over 32 years it has been a great event for celebrating the holidays and talking flying with old friends, plus a fun way to make new ones.

At last year’s party we proudly announced the first winner of the Betty Pfister Memorial Scholarship. We are hoping to award a second biennial scholarship to another high school student enrolled in the Aspen AERO AV8R program next spring. While the party is free and open to the public, we welcome and appreciate donations to help fund the scholarship as well as to continue the party tradition.

If you need more information or would like to be added to our email list, please call Polly at 970-925-5510.

Polly Ross

Aspen


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