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Readers Say Thanks

The family and friends of Scott Blecha, a Prineville Hotshot lost on Storm King Mountain on July 6, 1994, would like to extend a special thank-you to the citizens of the city of Glenwood Springs, the 10th anniversary committee, and the residents of the Canyon Creek Estates for their kind words and deeds while we were in attendance in Glenwood Springs for the 10th anniversary remembrance.

While in Glenwood Springs our group had the privilege of staying at the Hampton Inn, where Melissa McMinn and her able staff treated us like royalty. Members of our troupe were also treated to a surprise free dinner at the Bayou restaurant. They were very impressed with their food, the owners, management and staff.

We would also like to thank the media, especially the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, for their fine coverage of the event and the courtesy and care they showed us when we were “remembering” our son, brother, uncle and friend Scott Blecha.


Kirk and Cheryll Blecha

and family,

Clatskanie, Ore.

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