Governor Wolf’s Week, December 4 – December 10, 2016

By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf

December 09, 2016

This week, Governor Wolf continued his Jobs That Pay and Schools That Teach tours. He visited Emerson Gridley Elementary School in Erie to discuss investment in Pennsylvania’s education system. On Friday, Governor Wolf visited MNG Direct, a multichannel marketing company that recently announced plans to create new jobs in Bucks county.

One of the Wolf Administration’s priorities is providing a Government That Works for Pennsylvanians. Through the Governor’s Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME), the Wolf Administration enacted various projects to improve productivity and efficiency to save over $156 million for taxpayers in the 2015-16 fiscal year. The GO-TIME office published their year end report this week to highlight their key initiatives.

Governor Wolf announced last week that he would not be attending PA Society events in New York and, instead, would be spending time in Pennsylvania to volunteer. This morning, the governor and First Lady Frances Wolf volunteered at Our Daily Bread soup kitchen in York.

To kick off the holiday season, Governor Wolf and his administration participated in the 27th Holiday Wish Program gift drive to help support families in need and attended the annual Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony.

Governor Wolf’s Week, December 4 – December 10, 2016

Monday, 12/5/16
Tuesday, 12/6/16
Wednesday, 12/7/16
Thursday, 12/8/16
Friday, 12/9/16

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