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Letter: Beckley and Boscos lead city

Fred Stewart
Grand Junction

It’s refreshing to read of Steve Beckley. He takes a lot that was forgotten or disjointed in Glenwood and blended these potentials together.

The Fairy Cave sat abandoned and the old Gamba Hot Springs was demolished. Since Beckley’s ambitious enterprise, these areas have been redeveloped with expertize and good will.

Going on into the fourth generation, the Bosco family has shaped the hospitality industry in Glenwood from the Hotel Denver to the Glenwood Hot Springs, and now in conjunction with the Beckleys have, as Steve said, “Glenwood Springs is really on the cusp of being a phenomenal destination.”

Thanks to the vision and dedication of the Beckleys and Boscos.


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