MLSA Justice For Montanans Members Serve and Celebrate for AmeriCorps 20th Anniversary

"Montana is a better place to live, to work, to raise a family because of the investment of time, energy and enthusiasm of AmeriCorps members." — Governor Steve Bullock

MLSA Justice for Montanans members join Governor Bullock in a service project during the AmeriCorps 20th Anniversary. L-R: Gareth Ford, Andrew Martinez, Meghan Flannery, Gov. Steve Bullock, Eric Parsons, Nolan Harris.

In honor of the AmeriCorps 20th Anniversary, MLSA Justice for Montanans members joined fellow AmeriCorps members in completing a service project as well as celebrating the special occasion at the State Capitol.

Members were honored to be joined by Governor Bullock in completing a bridge-building project as well as at anniversary festivities.

MLSA Justice For Montanans members joined AmeriCorps members across the nation in celebrating AmeriCorps 20th Anniversary.

AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. MLSA Justice for Montanans members help to provide access to justice for Montanans at MLSA offices, Self Help Law Centers, the State Bar of Montana, and the Office of Consumer Protection and Victim Services.

Watch MLSA Justice for Montanans member Meghan Flannery talk about her service in AmeriCorps (KXLH)

Read about MLSA Justice for Montanans member Larken Yackulic's experience with AmeriCorps (Helena Independent Record)