Scholarship fund created in memory of Fall City man

A scholarship fund to benefit Valley students has been created in memory of Ryan K. Meehan, a 23-year-old Ravensdale resident, formerly of Fall City, who died Thursday, March 20, in a car accident near Maple Valley. The Ryan Meehan Memorial Scholarship Fund can be used toward the Wyoming Technical Institute’s upholstery program. Meehan attended the institute. To find out more about the scholarship, contact Dale Eslinger at (307) 742-8438. Tax-deductible donations can be mailed to the WTI Foundation, c/o Dale Eslinger, Ryan Meehan Scholarship, P.O. Box 1410, Laramie, WY 83073.

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A scholarship fund to benefit Valley students has been created in memory of Ryan K. Meehan, a 23-year-old Ravensdale resident, formerly of Fall City, who died Thursday, March 20, in a car accident near Maple Valley. The Ryan Meehan Memorial Scholarship Fund can be used toward the Wyoming Technical Institute’s upholstery program. Meehan attended the institute. To find out more about the scholarship, contact Dale Eslinger at (307) 742-8438. Tax-deductible donations can be mailed to the WTI Foundation, c/o Dale Eslinger, Ryan Meehan Scholarship, P.O. Box 1410, Laramie, WY 83073.

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