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Readers Say Thanks

The Frontier Historical Society Museum would like to extend its thanks to the Glenwood Springs Garden Club and specifically Wendy Hess for filling the decorative planters at the entrance to the museum.

Garden Club member Dorothy Buchholtz has generously planted them for us for many years but was unable to do so this year. The Garden Club filled in for her this year, and we are very grateful.

The Glenwood Springs Garden Club has a long history of beautifying our community as they take on many projects throughout town. Again, thank you for all that you do.

Cindy Hines

director,Frontier Historical Museum

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