Silver Valley

AmVets Post 2005

AmVets is for ALL veterans and ALL services Silver Valley AmVets Post 2005 WAS an important resource for ALL veterans and their families in northern Idaho's Silver Valley, which surrounds Interstate 90 between Fourth of July Pass and Lookout Pass in Shoshone County. The National AmVets organization has three major objectives, which we implemented at the local level.
  • Veterans Service
    Free counseling and claims assistance for honorably discharged veterans and dependents
  • Legislative Action
    Capitol Hill initiatives to secure earned benefits and services for veterans
  • Quality of Life Programs
    Community services that help families, neighbors and the nation at large
Call or write your Congressmen & Senators to express your opinion. The more constituents they hear from, the stronger voice we have.
Residents of Idaho are represented in Congress by 2 Senators and 2 Representatives.
Member Name DC Phone DC FAX Email
Senator Larry E. Craig (R- ID) 202-224-2752 202-228-1067
Senator Mike Crapo (R- ID) 202-224-6142 202-228-1375
Representative Bill Sali (R - 01) 202-225-6611 202-225-3029
Representative Mike Simpson (R - 02) 202-225-5531 202-225-8216

Enter Wallace Idaho

Click to see 2000 population by city in Shoshone County, Idaho Northern Idaho's Silver Valley is located in Shoshone County, along I-90 and the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River, between Lookout Pass on the Montana border and Fourth-of-July Pass above Lake Coeur d'Alene. It is a full-season outdoor recreation paradise that contains two ski and recreation areas, many backcountry alpine lakes, rivers and streams, as well as the historic silver mining town of Wallace.  

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