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Help Kenya by honoring one of our own

To honor the life of Bud Mulcahy of Basalt and Texas, we are taking donated used laptops to Kenya in 2018 from the communities of the Roaring Fork and Texas to schools in the Rift Valley, one of which was named after our amazing papa.

Donated laptops can be dropped off at the offices of First United Methodist of Glenwood, Aspen Jewish Community Center, St. Stephen’s in Glenwood, St. Vincent’s in Basalt, St. Mary’s in Aspen, the Orchard in Carbondale, Aspen Community Church, or Christ Episcopal on Fifth near the music tent or alternatively, we can pick them up by calling 970-429-8797.

Lee and Sandy Mulcahy


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