Cokeville, Wyoming, is different from a place you’ll find in travel brochures or on the front pages of national newspapers. It’s a small, unassuming town nestled in the rugged landscapes of the Cowboy State. With just over 500 residents, it’s a quintessential small town where community values run deep. Lately, this peaceful rural community has shown strong support for education by coming together to help 16 junior students from Cokeville High School head to Washington, DC. This trip is designed to immerse them in the nation’s capital, bringing them closer to its history, culture, and government. For 16 eager high school juniors, this journey represents more than just a school trip; it is a chance to broaden their horizons and enhance their education in a way that textbooks and classrooms alone cannot provide.
This program is still in need of your support to achieve its vital goal of sending all 16 juniors to Washington, DC! If you’re passionate about making this dream a reality, please reach out to the Fay Rural Community Foundation. Let’s rally together and ensure the entire class can experience Washington, DC!