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Letter: Thanks from the Thrift Shop

Every month, volunteers of the Thrift Shop of Aspen meet to continue to accomplish our mission: to make grants to other nonprofit organizations in the Roaring Fork Valley. We are grateful to all the community members who continue to support our efforts by donation and purchasing gently used clothing and household items. For the month of September, we are pleased to announce the following recipients:

Raising a Reader, Roaring Fork Leadership, Huts for Vets, Homecare and Hospice of the Valley, Access After School, the Wyly Art Center, the Forest Conservancy, Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment, the Colorado Mountain College Family Literacy Program, KDNK, Lift-Up, Symphony in the Valley, Valley Life for All, and the Aspen Elementary School Writing Program.

Carol Loewenstern

Thrift Shop of Aspen

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