For more than 30 years, the Aspen Hall of Fame has been honoring those who have made a difference in the Aspen community.
On Saturday, January 20, four more individuals with a commitment to the area’s longterm improvement will enter the Aspen Hall of Fame at a special banquet held in their honor at the Hotel Jerome. Tickets to the banquet are only available for purchase through Wednesday, January 10, at the Aspen Hall of Fame website.
According to the Aspen Daily News, the 2018 inductees will include Bobby Mason (the first full-time musician to be inducted), Lester Crown (known for his dedication to the ski industry and preservation of the Aspen Institute), and Bob and Tee Child (environmental advocates).
“The Aspen Hall of Fame was established in 1986–87 to recognize and honor those individuals who have had a significant and lasting impact on the Aspen/Snowmass communities—economically, physically, spiritually or intellectually,” the organization’s website states. “Nominees must have demonstrated inspirational leadership and have made major contributions to cultural, sports, and/or civic activities.”
The induction ceremony will celebrate the achievements and contributions of the inductees with awards, video profiles of the inductees, and a dinner with cash bar.
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