Although the Mini-Cassia Veterans’ Service Office was never totally closed when Governor Little issued his Stay-Home Order on March 25, 2020 in response to Covid-19, the office’s services were severely curtailed while the order was in place.  Now that the Governor is lifting some of the restrictions, the Mini-Cassia Veterans’ Service Office will be more assessable to veterans and their needs while maintaining measures to keep our veterans and their families as safe as possible.

To celebrate their renewed commitment to serve the veterans of the Mini-Cassia Area, the Mini-Cassia Veterans’ Service Office located at 625 Fremont Avenue in Rupert will serve coffee or water and cookies on May 26th, 27th, and 28th.  Since the office is small, the drinks and cookies will be able to be taken “to-go” should enough people be present at any one time to make social distancing a problem. 

To keep our veterans and their families safe as restrictions are lessened, this office will continue to practice social distancing, to frequently sanitize high traffic areas, and to encourage the wearing of masks.  We also encourage veterans and their families to call for appointments at 208-678-3599 as this will also help with social distancing by keeping the number of people in the office at one time to a minimum.  

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