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July 26 2018
9:30 am

Governor Wolf to Visit Areas Impacted by Flooding

Tremont Area Ambulance Inc., 49 North St., Tremont, PA 17981

Governor Wolf will visit Schuylkill County to tour some of the areas affected by the heavy rains and flooding that have swept through the commonwealth. The governor, joined by PEMA director Rick Flinn, and Schuylkill County emergency management personnel, will see areas hardest hit in the western portion of the county, including damage to homes, roads, bridges, and landscaping from streams that experienced flash floods.

*The tour will begin at Tremont Area Ambulance Inc, in Tremont, PA, and will end at HH&L Fire Company Number 1, in Pine Grove, PA*

July 25 2018
11:30 am

Governor Wolf Joins Providers, Advocates, Patients in Support of Women’s Reproductive Health Rights

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Eakins Lounge, 1st floor of Jefferson Alumni Hall, 1020 Locust St., Philadephia, PA 19107

Governor Tom Wolf will join with medical providers, advocates, patients, and legislators in support of women’s reproductive health rights as these rights are endangered by a proposed federal Title X gag rule.

July 24 2018
11:30 am

Governor Wolf Touts Investments in Education at the National Grade-Level Reading Week Conference

The Logan Hotel, 1 Logan Square, Philadephia, PA 19103

Governor Tom Wolf will join Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and other city leaders to welcome the national Grade-Level Reading Week conference to Philadelphia and will highlight Pennsylvania’s significant progress and investments in education.

July 12 2018
1:30 pm

Governor Wolf Launches PAsmart to Invest in Job Training, Apprenticeships

IBEW Local 5, 5 Hot Metal St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Governor Wolf will join legislators, local officials and workers to highlight the first-of-its-kind $30 million investment in Pennsylvania workers through PAsmart. The innovative program includes a $7 million increase in apprenticeships to create a talented and skilled workforce for good, middle class jobs that will strengthen our economy.

July 12 2018
10:45 am

Governor Wolf Makes $22 Million Deposit into Rainy Day Fund, First in Nearly a Decade

Governor's Reception Room, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Governor Wolf will make a $22 million deposit into Pennsylvania’s Rainy Day Fund. It will be the first meaningful deposit in nearly a decade. Governor Wolf will be joined by Pennsylvania State Treasurer Joe Torsella.