Letter: Thanks from the AHS Booster Club | AspenTimes.com

Letter: Thanks from the AHS Booster Club

The Aspen High School fall sports season is coming to a close, and the Aspen High School Booster Club is proud and appreciative of all our dedicated athletes, talented coaches and steadfast supporters!

We would like to thank the community members for all they do to keep our athletic spirit bright:

The sponsors whose loyalty is always appreciated are: Atlantic Aviation, Central Mountain’s Buckle-Up Campaign, Christ Episcopal Youth Group, Clark’s Market, Elks Lodge No. 224, Farmers Insurance, Mountain Primal Meat Co., Mountain Temp Services, the Potamkin Family, Runaway Shovel and Stutsman-Gerbaz Earthmoving.

The team behind our teams: Randy Ready and the city of Aspen for building the spirit of homecoming; the Rotary Club for the generous refreshment donations; Mark Lampe and the Maroon Creek Golf Club for the enjoyable Homecoming Court transportation; David Bach as the “voice” of Friday Night Football; Austin Colbert for his faithful coverage of high school sports; Tod and Karen Wehse for their unfailing work as grillmaster/sales extraordinaire; Cathy Kerr for her orderly organization of the concessions craze; Wendy Blakeslee and Mountain Flowers for our special occasion beautiful blooms; Stacey Greene for her tireless service to all things Volleyball; the “Chain Gang” (one and all) for their dedication to keeping our lines straight with a sense of pride and humor; and Jay and Fred for the boisterous touchdown blasts at homecoming!

The Humble Heroes: Celty Fitterer, Paul “Huff” Hufnagle, Jay Maher, Tharyn Mulberry, and Gary Vavra — all of this would not happen without you!

Go, Skiers!

Board of directors, Aspen High School Booster Club

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