By TINA ALVEY
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Founded in this little Greenbrier County town in 1961, international pharmaceutical giant Mylan N.V. is inextricably linked to the Mountain State.
Those ties are evidenced by the company’s 3,000 employees in Morgantown and its million-dollar contribution to disaster recovery efforts following the tragic flood of 2016.
But in the wake of that flood, Mylan’s leadership and employees wanted to do something even more enduring, something that could help the state’s youth and, eventually, help West Virginia’s economy turn the corner.
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