Governor Wolf Attends Chanukah Celebration
Governor Wolf will attend the Chanukah celebration in the Capitol.
Governor Wolf Gives Statewide Update on Pennsylvania’s Education Investments and Advancements
Governor Tom Wolf will provide a statewide update on his key priority of bolstering education in Pennsylvania to help support students, teachers and parents, and prepare Pennsylvania kids for jobs of the future, including improving Career and Technical Education and STEM programs.
Governor Wolf will also recognize progress in math and science education made by Pennsylvania schools that participated in the National Math and Science Initiative’s College Readiness Program.
Governor Wolf, Elected Officials Rally Against Senate Bill 3
Governor Wolf will join Representative Mary Jo Daley, local elected officials, and women’s health advocates to rally against anti-choice legislation that would severely limit women’s reproductive rights.
Senate Bill 3 is the most extreme anti-choice policy in the country and would criminalize a common health procedure without any exception for victims of rape or incest. Governor Wolf has vowed to veto the legislation if it makes it to his desk.
Governor and First Lady Host 2017 Holiday Open House
Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will host the 2017 Holiday Open House at the Governor’s Residence.
The event is free and open to the public.
Governor Wolf Invites Public to Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting
Governor Tom Wolf is inviting the public to the state Capitol Rotunda to celebrate the holiday season with the lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree on Friday.
The Governor and First Lady Frances Wolf will be joined by Rev. Carl Tancredi D.Min, Catholic Chaplain York College of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services Secretary Curt Topper, and the Susquenita Middle and High School Choirs, which will provide holiday music for the popular annual event.
The Capitol Christmas Tree is a 22-foot Douglas Fir from Crystal Spring Tree Farm in Lehighton, Carbon County and is decorated with more than 900 LED lights and more than 1,600 hand-made ornaments.