Aspen Lakes shines at Christmas


Last updated 1/2/2024 at 2:59pm

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Members of the Aspen Lakes Estates Owners Association collected donations of more than $4,000 at their annual potluck dinner last month. Funds went to support the Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District's annual holiday giving program.

The collective efforts of a very giving local neighborhood gleamed with a donation of $4,280 toward Sisters Camp-Sherman Rural Fire Protection District's sponsorship of "Spirit of Christmas Giving 2023."

Providing Christmas gifts and financial assistance to Sisters Community families this holiday was the mission of the Aspen Lakes Estates Owners Association. Five years ago, the Aspen Lakes Social Committee chose to join the collective community efforts of our local fire district while sharing and celebrating their annual holiday potluck dinner.

Their tradition of personally walking neighborhood streets and hand-delivering a festive candy-cane wrapped invitation to each home reflects the caring touch and close connection this special community thrives on. Arriving at the beautifully decorated Brand 33 Club House on December 7, homeowners who wished to contribute to the Sisters Community in a meaningful and charitable manner were able to do so by purchasing gift cards and making donations for local children and depositing them in a fireman's boots and helmet.

And contribute they did, topping their 2022 donation.

The association says that the community of Aspen Lakes very much looks forward to continuing this tradition of local giving in 2024, bringing special meaning to their annual neighborhood holiday celebration.


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