Originally published on KXXV (ABC) by Taylor Durden.
WACO, TX (KXXV) - The National Commission on Military, National and Public Service met with local leaders and the public to talk about the needs of the community.
Leaders from Mission Waco, Antioch Community Church and OneStar foundation talked about wanting to see more opportunities of service for youth.
This article originally appeared on KCENTV (NBC) by Jasmin Caldwell.
The National Commission on Military National and Public Service made a stop in Waco on Thursday.
Originally posted in Fox News by Tom Kilgannon.
In this month that we mark America’s birthday and the creation, 45 years ago, of the all-volunteer military, it is a good time to consider how we can benefit by having more Americans answer the call to serve.
This article was originally published on Cedar Valley Times and Vinton Eagle by Jim Morrison.
VINTON – A national commission visited Vinton Tuesday evening to gather information on rural needs and enhancing service programs.
The public meeting in the Wesley United Methodist Church moderated by Jeanette James was one of a two-day stop that also included Iowa City and a visit with the Iowa National Guard.
By Mark Gearan
Originally posted in Vinton Today.
Iowa is a state known for its commitment to service. It is home to an estimated 11,000 servicemembers, 203,000 veterans, 264,500 government employees and 7,600 national service program participants, like AmeriCorps and Senior Corps.
This article was originally published in Vinton Today by Dean Close.
The National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service will host a public meeting from 6:30-8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26 at Wesley Methodist Church to discuss meeting rural needs through community service. The event will include a focused panel exploring current rural needs and enhancing service programs to prime individuals for a career in service.