Today officials at Sunlight Mountain Resort announced that in just two months
Spaghetti Sundays, known formerly as The Spaghetti Act of 2018, has raised $500 for Make-a-
Wish Colorado. In January, five-year-old Rogers issued an executive order calling for spaghetti to
be added to Sunlight’s menu with 10 percent of proceeds to be donated to Make-a-Wish.

The Make-a-Wish
Foundation is an
international non-profit that
seeks to grant the

“I want every one of every
age to ski,” Rogers said in a
recent interview with
Colorado Parent magazine.
She hopes to achieve this
goal by “telling other kids
how fun it is to ski,” she said
in the interview.

Rogers claimed victory in

Sunlight’s Mini-Mayor

Election last November with

3,948 votes. Mini-Mayor

Rogers will continue to focus on getting more kids on skis, or a snowboard. She’s also eager to
help her younger brother, Kelby, learn to ski and improve her own skiing. Rogers’ campaign
manager and mom, Jade Rogers, is hopeful that Colby will “improve her public speaking skills …
and also will understand that being a leader means helping people.” The office of Mini-Mayor
serves a one year term and only skiers and snowboarders aged 12 and under can hold office.
Campaigning for the 2018 Mini-Mayor election begins Sept. 1 online at www.mini-mayor.com.