EHS students get Limbo scholarships

Logan Breidenbach, Kale Engebretsen and Bryson Engebretsen will receive a $1,000 scholarship after they graduate.

Enumclaw High School juniors Logan Breidenbach, Kale Engebretsen and Bryson Engebretsen were named this year’s Ray Limbo Masonic Junior Achievement Scholarship winners during an April 5 awards banquet. Members of the local Masonic Lodge have, for many years, awarded one male and one female from the current EHS junior class. Ray Limbo established the scholarship program and, following his death, the program was named in his honor. Money for the Junior Achievement scholarship comes from the Mason’s pancake breakfast on the second Sunday of each month.

Each of the three winners will receive a $1,000 scholarship when they graduate from Enumclaw High. Kyndra Rademacher and Lane Williams were runners-up and will receive $500 each. This year, the Masons were able to add additional $300 awards to the remaining finalists, which included Katrina Wagner, Emma McKeighen and Ryan White.

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