Stirling Peak Properties and Stirling Management put on a fiesta to remember on tee five at the 19th Annual Realtor Classic benefiting the ABOR Bill Heldman/Stark King Memorial Scholarship Foundation at the Snowmass Club last week.
Since 1985, they have given out more than $547,000 in college scholarships to hundreds of seniors from Aspen to Carbondale. This year they will award $35,000 to graduating seniors at Aspen High School, Basalt High School, and Roaring Fork High School with donations from the real estate community, affiliate sponsors, local businesses, and numerous volunteers.
If you are a dog lover then Aspen is the place for your next dog friendly vacation. In some circles our beloved town is known as “doggie heaven” because pooches are welcomed with open arms and relished by all. Below are just a few reasons you and your canine friends will fall in love with Aspen.
Dog Friendly Accommodations
One of our talented partners, Bill Stirling, sang in the Aspen Choral Society’s spring concert last weekend. This season’s program featured Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms” with special guest soloist, Cantor Rollin Simmons, and Rene Clausen’s “Crying for a Dream”, a contemporary piece based on Native American texts. Backed by a 23 piece orchestra, this was truly a performance to remember!
Since 1979, Bill has been part of this 100 strong choir that combines the Aspen Community Chorus, The Glenwood Community Chorus, The Aspen Woman’s Chorus, and the Glenwood Woman’s Chorus.
Dawnette Smith, broker/partner at Stirling Peak Properties, is a long-time board member and supporter of local non-profit Marshall Direct Fund (MDF) – whose mission is education and women’s economic empowerment through primary and vocational training in Pakistan and beyond.