U.S. Senator Mike Enzi presented two Cheyenne students with their Congressional Award in the senator’s office on Feb. 21. Enzi and his wife Diana, honored students Patrick Meier and Victoria “Tori” Stille with the only award presented in the name of Congress to young adults who serve in their communities and grow as individuals by setting goals and achieving them in four categories: volunteering, personal development, physical fitness and expedition/exploration.
Meier was awarded the Bronze Congressional Award.
Stille was awarded the Silver Congressional Award.
More information on the Congressional Awards Program can be found by visiting the Wyoming Congressional Award Council at: http://www.wcac.us.
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