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Amy Hill is the City Editor for Denver, and a newly converted Denverite, who graduated from The University of Kansas with a Bachelors degree in English. She served as a Broadcast Negotiator for three years at a prominent Advertising Agency before leaving that role to embark on her dream of moving to the mountains of Colorado. Amy currently works at a cutting edge Interior Design Firm, where she keeps her finger on the pulse of the latest fashion and style trends. In her free time you can find her doing one or more of the following: trying to master a new recipe, attending a live music venue, visiting a unique eatery, playing tennis, hiking, reading a book, wine tasting, or escaping in a movie. Obsessed with lattes and a lover of Tiramisu, she is avidly on the hunt for the best coffee and desert shops. Singing is a staple in her life, as she is forever involved in vocal groups and musical theater. Amy constantly has her eye on the upcoming crazes in the Mile High City and is always up for trying anything at least once. If you have a Denver charity or cultural event, restaurant, boutique, spa, or salon you would like covered on Miss A, please contact Amy at amy.hill@askmissa.com.

Recap: Barn Party At Polo Reserve Stables

Fringe, plaids, turquoise jewelry, and yes – even overalls – graced the Polo Reserve Stables at Saturday’s Barn Party. Filled to the brim with country enthused patrons, fashionable cowboys and girls lined up for some tasty BBQ, brews, and tart margaritas.

Fashion at the Barn Party - Photo Credit - Amy Hill

Denver Active 20-30 members rolled up their sleeves and served countless charitable guests with a touch of country charm. Two-steppin’ and toy gun showdowns ensued as dusk hit the dirt. As if the live music line-up wasn’t enough, fabulous giveaways, cowboy hats, and a classic photo booth were on hand for a nominal donation.

A wonderful kick off to the Schomp BMW Polo Classic, party-goers came out in droves to support the foundation’s pursuit to raise money for local children’s charities. Don’t miss out on your chance to contribute!

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