Glenwood Hot Springs Resort Awards Three 2018 Higher Education Scholarships

Erica Diemoz, Baylie Adison Lengel and Alanna Martinez are the recipients of the 2018 Glenwood Hot Springs Higher Education Scholarship, an annual endowment totaling $10,000.

Stacey James, Director of Glenwood Hot Springs Board of Directors with winners Alanna Martinez, Baylie Adison Lengel and Erica Diemoz

Glenwood Springs, Colo. (May 2018)—For 23 years running, Glenwood Hot Springs Resort has helped young people achieve their dreams of improving their future through continued learning. The Glenwood Hot Springs Higher Education Scholarship was created in 1995 to financially assist goal-oriented individuals attend accredited institutions of higher learning, including four-year colleges and universities, community colleges or trade schools. To date Glenwood Hot Springs Resort has given away $202,000 to deserving young people.

The Glenwood Hot Springs Higher Education Scholarship is an annual endowment of $10,000, split between several worthy recipients and is pro-rated per semester over the course of the schooling. The resort’s Board of Directors established the scholarship because it deeply believes in the value of education and it’s a way to acknowledge the role student employees play in the success of the hot springs resort.

“This is the first formal job for many of our student employees and we work hard to guide them through the basic tenants of being responsible, reliable and committed team members,” John Bosco, Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for Glenwood Hot Springs Resort, said. For students it’s an opportunity to earn a paycheck and build a foundational work ethic that employers tend to value and reward, including Glenwood Hot Springs.

The successful candidates are usually Glenwood Hot Springs employees who typically excel at school and in their jobs at the world-famous hot springs resort. This year is no exception. The three winners are well-rounded dynamos with bright futures ahead of them.

 “Your achievements make us proud of you,” John Bosco said in a letter to each of the winners. “You are to be commended for excelling as a student and a great employee at the pool. I wish you the best of success with your future studies.”

Erica Diemoz was granted $6,000; Baylie Lengel and Alanna Martinez each received $2,000 awards. The scholarship is payable per semester over the course of four years and requires each candidate to be a student in good standing.

Diemoz is a Glenwood Springs High School senior who will attend Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She plans to explore all her academic options before settling on a major. Diemoz is a familiar face in the Snack Bar, where she has worked every summer since 2014. In addition to working at Glenwood Hot Springs, Diemoz is an avid volunteer, a varsity athlete and one of the top students in her graduating class. Erica is the daughter of John and Vreneli Diemoz.

Lengel is a senior at Eagle Valley High School. She also plans to attend Colorado State University, where she will study secondary education. Lengel has worked in the Snack Bar and as a cashier at the Grill for the past three years. Outside of work and school, Lengel participates in 4-H equine programs. She is an involved student who demonstrates leadership qualities. Most recently she was the wrestling team manager; she has also been active in student government and various school clubs and committees. Baylie is the daughter of Jonathan and Edie Lengel.

Martinez graduated from Roaring Fork High School in 2016 and afterwards enrolled in Colorado Mountain College where she is presently a student. Martinez plans to continue her education by studying psychology at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction in the fall. A highly motivated individual, Martinez began employment at Glenwood Hot Springs as a pool attendant in 2015. After achieving her Red Cross certifications, she now works as a lifeguard. Alanna is the daughter of Colin Tugwell and Debi Martinez-Brun.

Congratulations to the 2018 Glenwood Springs Higher Education Scholarship winners.

About Glenwood Hot Springs Resort
​Glenwood Hot Springs Resort is a historic Colorado landmark resort located along Interstate 70 at Glenwood Springs, approximately 165 miles (257 kilometers) west of Denver and 90 miles (145 kilometers) east of Grand Junction. Famous for its enormous hot springs pools, other amenities include the Spa of the Rockies, the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge, an athletic club, a restaurant open for breakfast and lunch and a retail store specializing in swimwear. For more information, including press releases, a press kit, photos and a live web camera, please visit http://www.hotspringspool.com/misc/press-room or call 800-537-SWIM (7946) or 970-947-2955.

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Glenwood Hot Springs is world-famous for its enormous mineral hot springs pool which has delighted visitors since the 1880s. The Colorado resort is also home to the award-winning Spa of the Rockies where treatments focus on health and wellness.

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