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July 26 2021
10:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Highlight State Funds Helping Lancaster County Bars and Restaurants

Silantra Asian Street Kitchen, 101 E. King St., Lancaster, PA 17602

Governor Wolf will join local business and government leaders at Silantra Asian Street Kitchen in Lancaster to highlight the $6 million in COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program funding going to Lancaster County to help over 300 businesses.

July 22 2021
11:00 am

Governor Wolf to Announce Expansion Funding and New Jobs at 100-Year-Old York County Food Manufacturer

122 North Street, Loganville, PA 17403

Governor Tom Wolf will visit Wolfgang Confectioners in Loganville with Wolfgang President Sam Miller, York County Economic Alliance Director of Economic Initiatives David Gonzalez and Governor’s Action Team Executive Director Brent Vernon to announce new funding for a facility expansion and almost 100 new jobs coming to the region.

July 19 2021
1:00 pm

Governor Wolf Visits Factory LLC to Highlight Importance of Investing in Start-up Companies

Governor Tom Wolf will visit Factory LLC in Bethlehem to tour the facility and highlight the importance of investing in Pennsylvania’s start-up companies. Factory LLC is a full-service innovation and scale-up facility that invests in new businesses in the food, beverage and pet space, providing them with an office space, staff, resources, capital, relationships, and data that can be cost-prohibitive for a start-up.

July 19 2021
11:00 am

Gov. Wolf Will Join Advocates and Legislative Members to Discuss Increased Investments in Early Childhood Education

YMCA Central Branch – Gymnasium, 631 Washington St., Reading, PA 19603

Gov. Wolf will be joined by local early education advocates, legislative members and parents to discuss the $30 million increase in early childhood education funding in the 2021-22 state budget. This new funding will allow an additional 3,200 children enroll in the commonwealth’s high-quality early learning programs bringing the total to 35,100 children served.

July 16 2021
2:30 pm

Gov. Wolf Tours Flood Damaged Areas

Lafayette Gardens, 520 Bristol Pike, Andalusia, PA 19020

Gov. Wolf will tour areas damaged by flash flooding earlier this week.