Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting with Snowmass Discovery Executive Directory Tom Cardamone, who has just set up shop with an office (donated by Related Colo.) at 53 Elbert Ln. He enthusiastically described what the non-profit organization was up to and how they hope for a more consistent dialogue with the Town.
A recent update to Council shed light on the organization's plans for 2014, and so far, an increased presence is already being felt both in the Village, and online.
Earlier this month, a reception at the Ice Age Discovery Center renewed attendees fascination with the dig, as Tom Temme from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science uncovered a fossilized mammoth tusk that was previously hidden in a protective plaster jacket. At this same event, Cardamone reminded attendees of the significance of the find and encouraged everyone to remain patient as Snowmass Discovery continued to build momentum.
Click on the image below to watch video from the event.
Now, we're also pleased to share more information for Snowmass Discovery on our website
. The Snowmass Discovery page gives basic information on the groups mission, vision, and goals. We encourage you to check it out, and share your ideas for how this organization can "inspire exploration of Snowmass Village," and celebrate the finest alpine Ice Age Discovery in North America.