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National Museum of Military Vehicles hosting annual Veterans Fair in May

(National Museum of Military Vehicles, Facebook)

CASPER, Wyo. — The National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois is calling on Wyoming veterans to visit May 25 for its annual Veterans Fair.

The theme for this year’s Veterans Fair is “Circles of Healing, Service, and Growth.”

The entire day is dedicated to supporting veterans and their families with resources for health, career, connection, suicide prevention and more, along with family fun including tank demonstrations and rides in military vehicles.

Admission to the fair is free for all, a news release states. The museum is located at 6419 US-26 in Dubois, Wyoming.

The program kicks off at 8 a.m. with a Native American cultural performance by the Big Wind Singers and a flag-raising ceremony.

Speakers include Gov. Mark Gordon; Gen. Henry Huntley from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Julie Elledge, founder of the nationally recognized “Veterans Talking to Veterans” suicide prevention program; and other national experts focused on helping veterans and their families.

See the detailed schedule of events at nmmv.org/vttv or facebook.com/NMMVWY.

The Veterans Fair is sponsored by the Wyoming Veterans Commission, Mentor Agility and the National Museum of Military Vehicles.