Community to rescue after vandals storm castle

Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Kaleb Holm, 5, of Grand Junction slides down the dragon as his cousin Joshua Shaffer, 2, of Denver gets ready to follow him in the garden of the Children’s Castle at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens on Sunday. The botanical gardens celebrated the grand reopening of the castle, which was damaged by vandals earlier this year, with a free party for hundreds of visitors.



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Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Kaleb Holm, 5, of Grand Junction slides down the dragon as his cousin Joshua Shaffer, 2, of Denver gets ready to follow him in the garden of the Children’s Castle at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens on Sunday. The botanical gardens celebrated the grand reopening of the castle, which was damaged by vandals earlier this year, with a free party for hundreds of visitors.

You could call it a fairy tale ending, how the community banded together to remodel the children’s castle at Western Colorado Botanical Gardens, 655 Struthers Ave. Incensed after…




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