Senator Mike Enzi honors veterans serving as AmeriCorps members in pinning ceremony

Friday's event featuring a National Veteran Corps pin presentation, included Senator Enzi, along with ServeWyoming, the Corporation for National and Community Service, Senior Corps, Foster Grandparents, VISTA, RSVP, and AmeriCorps that recognized veterans who have continued a life of service as AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps volunteers, as well as national service members who are supporting veterans and military families. *​H/t photo: Shelly McAlpin/Pitchengine Communities* ServeWyoming, Wyoming’s commission for national and community service and volunteer resource, collaborated with the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency that administers AmeriCorps and Senior Corps, to recognize these dedicated individuals as members of the National Veteran Corps, as part of a larger effort to raise awareness of the value veterans bring to communities. ​ *​H/t photo: Shelly McAlpin/Pitchengine Communities* National Vet Corps pins were presented by Senator Enzi to thirty AmeriCorps/Senior Corps members, at his Cheyenne office. The event was one of nearly 200 recognition events featuring National Veteran Corps pin presentations taking place across the country throughout the month of November. Last year, more than 23,000 veterans served in their local communities as AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps volunteers. Additionally, more than 780,000 veterans and military families were served through AmeriCorps and Senior Corps programs. ​ *​H/t photo: Shelly McAlpin/Pitchengine Communities* The Corporation for National and Community Service is a federal agency that engages millions of Americans in service each year through Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and other programs. For more information, visit For more information about ServeWyoming, please visit *Feature photo: Shelly McAlpin/Pitchengine Communities* #shortgo