Wyoming's U.S. Senators Stop in Sheridan

As BROADCAST in 7 o'clock NEWS: Both of Wyoming's United States Senators are stopping in Sheridan this week.


Senator John Barrasso will be here, today, to congratulate the students at Coffeen Elementary for making Blue Ribbon status.

The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program was founded in 1982 and honors public and non-public elementary, middle and high schools where students perform at high levels or where students are making significant gains in academic achievement.

Barrasso's stopping by the school from 9-9:30 and after brief remarks will be answering prepared questions from the students.

Senator Mike Enzi will be here on Saturday, for the Wyoming Jaycees awards banquet, for which the Sheridan Jaycees are host. It's the statewide group's year-end convention that runs from Friday through Sunday, for all past and present members.

According to information provided on the local Jaycees website, the group is a non-profit service organization that has been serving the local community for more than 50 years through service projects and leadership development.

The Sheridan Jaycees are part of the national Jaycees or The United States Junior Chamber. They are known for giving young people, between the ages of 18 and 40, the tools they need to build the bridges of success in the areas of business development, management skills, individual training, community service, and international connections.

Both Enzi and Barrasso are Republicans. Barrasso's from Casper and Enzi from Gillette.

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