Wordless Wednesday: Women in Service – Strong Minds, Strong Hearts, Strong Hands

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Hundreds of AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps volunteers from across the nation took part in service projects as part of Make A Difference Day on October 23. In Washington, D.C., more than 300 people assembled for a massive landscaping and grounds cleanup at the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in the city’s Anacostia neighborhood.

This Wordless Wednesday feature celebrates the role that women play in national service in honor of National Women's History Month. Read the Presidential Proclamation here.

Wordless Wednesday is a weekly feature on Serve.Gov that shines the spotlight on spectacular projects and organizations by telling their story through photos alone. Find previous entries here, here and here.

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