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Bud and Jane Romberg discuss their move to Steamboat Springs in 1966 for Bud to take a teaching job at the Steamboat Springs High School, his 40-year tenure on the Old Town Hot Springs Board, and Jane’s entrepreneurial enterprise, The Lunch Box, the pool’s first food service.
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Gene Cook talks about his experience as headmaster of the Lowell Whiteman School in the 1960's.
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Marian Tolles talks about meeting and travelling with her future husband, George Tolles, as well as their move to Steamboat Springs in 1957. She also touches on their time at the Lowell Whiteman School and Colorado Mountain College in the earliest days of those institutions. The Old town Hot Springs played a big role in their daily lives.
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Matt Enochs talks about his job at the Old Town Hot Springs as the Facilities Director for 19 years beginning in 1998. Matt was involved with several expansions and remodels over the years, and he describes the scope of what was needed to keep the pools, fitness equipment and building running smoothly.
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Pat Carney talks about her nearly 45-year tenure as the Executive Director at the Old Town Hot Springs, beginning with her move to Steamboat Springs in 1975 after spending three winters as a ‘ski bum.’ Through the years Pat has been intimately involved with several expansion projects at the iconic downtown hot springs.