(Jackson, Wyo.) - The Teton County Board of County Commissioners are joining with approximately 3,000 other elected officials nationwide to recognize April 5 as Mayor and County Day of Recognition of National Service. Teton County commissioners on Friday, March 24, approved a resolution in conjunction with the day to highlight the importance of national service and to thank those who have served in Wyoming and Jackson Hole. The resolution stated that, "Teton County Board of County Commissioners do hereby proclaim April 5, 2015, as National Service Recognition Day, and encourage residents to recognize the positive impact of national service in our county; to thank those who serve; and to find ways to give back to their communities." Teton County Government works to support a vibrant community, including the goal of engaging the community and inviting civic participation. The National Service Day initiative is being led by the National League of Cities, National Association of Counties, Cities of Service and the Corporation for National and Community Service. More information on Mayor and County Day of Recognition of National Service is available here.
*Feature Photo: HOPE (Hands-On Preservation Experience) Crew in Grand Teton
National Park last summer. Pitchengine Communities*