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Governor Wolf to Participate in America250PA Commission Swear-In Ceremony, Celebrate America’s 250th Birthday
Governor Tom Wolf will join the newly formed America250PA Commission in a swearing-in ceremony for its members and remark on Pennsylvania’s role in founding the nation. America250PA will capitalize on America’s 250th birthday celebrations in 2026 to draw tourists to Pennsylvania and create positive marketing for the commonwealth. Former Pennsylvania governors Tom Corbett and Mark Schweiker, and former first lady Ellen Casey will also be attendance.
Governor Wolf to Highlight Lithuania, Poland Visit with PA National Guard, Trip to Holocaust Memorials
Governor Tom Wolf and Adjutant General Maj. General Tony Carrelli will recap the governor’s trip to Lithuania and Poland, where he visited with PA National Guard troops, discussed business development opportunities with country leaders, and honored the 11 victims of the 2018 Tree of Life synagogue shooting at two memorial sites.
Governor Tom Wolf will host a press conference outlining his plans for his trip to Lithuania and Poland. He will be joined by the Adjutant General, Maj. General Tony Carrelli; cabinet officials, and two members of the Lithuanian National Defense Volunteer Force, a 44-man platoon exchange that is training at Ft. Indiantown Gap until Sept. 12. The governor will visit this platoon and its Pennsylvania National Guard counterparts when he is in Lithuania.
Governor Tom Wolf and members of his administration will join Penn State, Lightsource BP, educators, and legislators for the groundbreaking of Penn State’s new solar project.
Governor Tom Wolf will join UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh staff, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, and legislators in a press conference announcing his administration’s new initiative to create a lead-free Pennsylvania, including addressing exposure, the need for universal blood testing, and increased local response efforts.