October 3 2017
12:45 pm

Governor and First Lady Wolf Attend PA Conference for Women Luncheon

Pennsylvania Convention Center, Keynote Hall A-B, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA

Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will attend the PA Conference for Women Luncheon.

The governor will provide remarks to welcome conference attendees and discuss the Wolf Administration’s support of women’s rights. This year’s sold-out conference will feature former First Lady Michelle Obama and ABC executive producer Shonda Rhimes.

September 25 2017
9:30 am

Governor Wolf Attends Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Perdue AgriBusiness Soy Bean Processing Plant

1911 River Road, Marietta, Marietta, PA

Governor Wolf will continue his ‘Jobs That Pay’ tour by attending the ribbon cutting at Perdue AgriBusiness’ new soy bean processing plant. The plant is Pennsylvania’s first large-scale, commercial soybean processing facility.

September 23 2017
12:00 pm

Governor and First Lady Wolf Tour Harmony Grange Fair

5386 Ridge Road, Westover, PA

Governor and First Lady Wolf will join Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and local officials on a tour of the Harmony Grange Fair.

The Harmony Grange Fair is celebrating its 64th season.

September 23 2017
10:00 am

Governor and First Lady Wolf Tour BWP Bats

80 Womeldorf Lane, Brookville, PA

Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will join local officials on a tour of BWP Bats in Brookville.

BWP Bats, located in Jefferson County in a region of Pennsylvania known as the hardwood capitol of the world, is the wood bat manufacturer for approximately 150 major and minor league players.

September 23 2017
8:00 am

Governor and First Lady Wolf Tour the Elk Country Visitors Center

950 Winslow Hill Road, Benezette, PA

Governor and First Lady Wolf will be in Benezette, Elk County to tour the Elk Country Visitors Center.

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources built and owns the facility and surrounding property and the non-profit wildlife conservation organization Keystone Elk Country Alliance manages the day to day operations.  In the five years since opening, the center has received more than 1.6 million visitors.