Governor Wolf Participates in Walking Tour of Downtown Tunkhannock, Meets Wyoming County Chamber Members
Governor Wolf will be in Wyoming County to join local officials and members of the Wyoming County Chamber for a walking tour of downtown Tunkhannock.
After the tour, Governor Wolf will host a discussion with local business leaders at the Wyoming County Chamber office on workforce development.
Governor Wolf Participates in Walking Tour of Downtown Jim Thorpe
Governor Wolf will be in Carbon County to join local officials on a walking tour of downtown Jim Thorpe.
The governor will tour projects in the downtown area, including the D&L pedestrian bridge and the Jim Thorpe Mausoleum project, and will visit with small business owners along the tour route.
Governor and First Lady Wolf Host Planned Parenthood Panel Discussion and Community Forum
Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will be in Blue Bell to host a panel discussion and community forum on the importance of Planned Parenthood.
Governor and First Lady Wolf were Planned Parenthood volunteers and continue to support women’s health care rights and access. In Pennsylvania, nearly 50 percent of Planned Parenthood’s health centers are in medically under-served areas. Last year, Planned Parenthood served about 90,000 patients in Pennsylvania and provided nearly 170,000 screenings for sexually transmitted diseases, over 9,000 cervical cancer screenings and 11,000 breast wellness exams.
Governor Wolf Attends Unveiling of Historical Marker
Governor Wolf attend the unveiling of a historical marker on Founder St. in Coatesville.
Governor Wolf Tours Coatesville Revitalization
Governor Wolf will be in Coatesville for a walking tour of revitalization and future economic development projects. The projects on the tour highlight the work of the Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance and the Commonwealth’s investment in continuing development in Coatesville.