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Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr
Unanimous Passage of Senate Bill 922
On Tuesday, June 6, the State Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 922, legislation I sponsored that is aimed at helping courts provide better treatment options to defendants addicted to opioids.
This bill is another tool that courts can use to combat this horrific epidemic and put defendants with addiction issues on the path to recovery. It is vital that we have programs and services in place to break the cycle of drug abuse and crime.
The Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) is recognizing youth groups for outstanding community service
The awards program recognizes the contributions youth groups make to improve the quality of life in Pennsylvania’s townships. Entrants in this year’s contest will vie for cash prizes of $500 each.
Township supervisors and county association officers can help identify and recognize such outstanding examples of community service by encouraging groups to enter the annual PSATS Youth Awards Contest.
Has a youth organization completed a community service project in your township or county? Has a Scout troop helped clean up a township park or a high school group developed an environmental program for residents? Has a local 4-H club held an event for children or adults or a church youth group volunteered to help elderly residents repair their homes?
Four winners will each receive $500 and a framed certificates, along with coverage in the Pennsylvania Township News and their local newspapers.
For full details and application deadline information visit: PSATS Award Programs.
The 2019 Pennsylvania State Parks calendar is now available
Once again featuring a breathtaking look at some of your favorite and soon-to-be favorite state parks. Hang it on your wall and dream of your next outdoor getaway. The 10 x 13-inch, deluxe 12-month wall calendar has a full page per month and features beautiful images from across the state. Calendar sales directly support maintenance of state parks.
Calendars are available to purchase online. Supplies are limited. The cost is $12.26 per calendar, which includes a small shipping fee, plus sales tax. Calendars also will be available at a limited number of state parks. Preview the back cover of the 2018 calendar (PDF).
Visitors to Harrisburg
I would like to remind constituents, to please feel free to stop in my office, Room 185, when you are visiting the capitol. My staff and I welcome the opportunity to say hello to you. If you are visiting on a session day, I can also introduce you as my guest during session. Feel free to call 717-787-5400 if you know in advance that you will be visiting the capitol.
Special thanks to Pastor John Geyer from Clear Creek Brethren in Christ Church in Everett who served as guest chaplain & offered the opening prayer for Senate session on Wednesday, June 6. He was joined by his wife, Susan. Watch Pastor Geyer’s prayer here.
Proud to join Conner Hagins, founder, Cuddles for Kids, at their annual 5K and 10K races last weekend in Westmont. http://www.cuddlesforkids.net/
Visitors to Harrisburg
I would like to remind constituents, to please feel free to stop in my office, Room 187, when you are visiting the capitol. My staff and I welcome the opportunity to say hello to you. If you are visiting on a session day, I can also introduce you as my guest during session. Feel free to call 717-787-5400 if you know in advance that you will be visiting the capitol. If you are interested in a capitol tour, you can schedule your visit online.
How We Can Help You?
Here are some of the ways that my office can assist you:
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