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Governor Tom Wolf will attend a departure ceremony honoring approximately 160 soldiers with the 28th Military Police Company as they mobilize and deploy to the Middle East in support of Operation Spartan Shield. The 28th Military Police Company will be conducting customs operations and their presence will enhance security cooperation and reassure our partners and allies in the region.
Governor Wolf will join representatives of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, and other education, philanthropic and state leaders to announce the new Pennsylvania Teaching Fellowship program. The statewide effort will improve the preparation of STEM teachers in schools across the state.
Governor Wolf will visit York, PA to tour some of the areas affected by flash flooding that swept through several counties last week. The governor, joined by PEMA director Rick Flinn, and local officials, will see areas hardest hit by flooding, including damage to buildings and infrastructure. Media can meet the group at the York County Office of Emergency Management.
Governor Wolf will meet privately with Department of Corrections officers of SCI Greene and announce new safety measures with Secretary John Wetzel that will be implemented throughout the state to address Corrections staff exposure to drugs and other substances.
Following the private meeting, Gov. Wolf and Sec. Wetzel will hold a press conference outside SCI Greene to detail changes in safety protocols.
Governor Wolf will join with the staff of the Energy Innovation Center in Pittsburgh to tour their facility and discuss workforce development initiatives made possible through state-support, highlighting the administration’s continued dedication to investing in apprenticeships and job training opportunities throughout the commonwealth.