First Lady Melania Trump Headed to Yellowstone
First Lady Melania Trump is headed to Yellowstone National Park on Thursday, according to a White House press release.
First Lady Melania Trump will travel to Wyoming on Thursday, October 3rd to visit some of America’s treasured national parks and spread the message of her initiative, BE BEST.
Earlier this month, alongside the National Park Services (NPS), Mrs. Trump and fourth grade students from a local DC school participated in the ceremonial grand reopening of the Washington Monument. Mrs. Trump also helped distribute “Every Kid Outdoors” passes, a program of NPS that provides students with free access to hundreds of America’s beautiful national parks, lands, and waters.
The Casper-Star Tribune added that Interior Secretary David Bernhardt will also join the First Lady on the trip:
According to an itinerary provided by the White House, she will be joined by Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt. The trip will also feature visits with dozens of local fourth graders, as well as a stop with a Jackson-area Boy Scout troop in the Jackson Hole Town Square.