Photo: Season of giving |

Photo: Season of giving

The Snowmass Rotary Club presented checks to 10 local nonprofit organizations as the 2013-14 recipients of its local grants program. Snowmass Rotary raises funds for local and international causes through two major fundraisers, the Snowmass Wine Festival in September and the Mammoth Meltdown, taking place for the first time this winter. Visit to learn more or to participate in Snowmass Rotary events. Pictured: Jay Israel, Challenge Aspen, left; Gabrielle Greeves, WindWalkers; Logan Hood, Response; Keith Berglund, Aspen Youth Center; Kelly Esch, Little Red Schoolhouse; Charla Belinski, Project 18; Robin Strecker, Homecare and Hospice of the Valley; Mike Connolly, Valley Partnership for Drug Prevention; and Sarah Woods, Roaring Fork Conservancy. Not shown: Barbara Wickes, Christmas Wish Foundation.
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