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Fundraiser helped Spring Board to continue its mission for young peopleLast month, Spring Board held our annual fundraiser, Give Some, Get Some at the Cantina in Aspen. We are overwhelmed by the generous support of the many individuals and local businesses that helped us raise nearly $10,000. Spring Board will use these funds to recommend grants from the Spring Board Advised Fund at the Aspen Community Foundation to local nonprofits whose work supports our mission: to engage our generation in the Roaring Fork Valley and empower them to invest in their community.The entire board and I offer our heartfelt thanks to the following people and businesses that supported the fundraiser.Donors: Rob and Carol Auld; Carol Dopkin Real Estate, Inc.; and Centurion Partners.Event Sponsors: The Cantina – Darren Chappel & Troy Selby; DJ Dylan and Platinum Productions; National Distributing – Tim Carney; New Belgium Brewing – Casey Kjolhede.Silent Auction Donors: A Taylor Made Massage; Annabelle Inn; Anthony Arts, Inc.; Aspen Dance Connection; Aspen Music Festival and School; Aspen Rec Center; Aspen Skiing Company; Aspen Times; Avalon Salon; Barking Beauties; Blazing Adventures; Bristlecone; Gorsuch Ltd.; Harmony Scott; High Society Freeride Company; Hotel Jerome; Iota; Ken Adler; Kistner Institute; Lush; Brenda, Rhonda, and Kirsten of Mane-ia Salon; Michael Bonds/Studio MB; Mountain Dragon; Mr. C’s Liquor; Ned Sullivan; Owl Creek Farm; Pine Creek Cook House; Rachel’s Sewing Repair; Riverside Grill; Salon Sublime; Salon Tullio; Sashae; Snowmass Club; St. Regis Resort Aspen; Sunlight Mountain Resort; Takah Sushi; The Big Wrap; Tim Lamb; Ute City Cycles; Village Smithy; Woody Creek Tavern; Yampa Vapor Caves.We’d also like to thank the Aspen Community Foundation for its support over Spring Board’s ten years of getting young people involved in our community.Jenny ConstableSpring Board ChairAspen


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