Update from Harrisburg
Give Feedback on Mental Health in Pennsylvania
“Reach Out PA: Your Mental Health Matters” is an initiative out of the office of Governor Wolf created to expand resources for mental health and encourage Pennsylvanians to seek the support they need. Do you have thoughts on how mental health initiatives and resources can be improved in Pennsylvania? You’re invited to share your suggestions or concerns, anonymously if you choose, directly with the governor’s office. Provide your feedback and be a part of ending the stigma surrounding mental health.
To give your input, click here.
Update from Senate District 10
Lower Makefield Township Ballot Referendum
Sen. Santarsiero with Rep. Perry Warren and Jim McCaffrey explaining the process required
for the ballet referendum in Lower Makefield Township.
I was joined by state Representative Perry Warren (D-31) and Jim McCaffrey, of McCaffrey's Food Markets, at Delorenzo's Tomato Pies in Yardley for a press conference on the referendum that is expected to be on the ballot during the next election in Lower Makefield Township, which would give residents the opportunity to vote to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages in LMT. Currently, LMT is the only municipality in Bucks County that operates as a dry municipality.
This is about giving the people of Lower Makefield a choice. Whether the referendum passes or not, that decision should be made by the residents. That’s what this referendum is all about.
To view the full press conference, visit my district newsroom. You can also visit www.YourTownYourChoice.com for more information.
Bucks County Community College Receives $200,000 Grant
Congratulations to Bucks County Community College (BCCC) on the award of a $200,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for the creation of an awareness campaign aimed at increasing recruitment levels for all BCCC Manufacturing Pre-Apprenticeship Training Programs. The funding was awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED)’s Manufacturing PA Training-to-Career Grant program, and supports projects that train a skilled workforce to compete in a global economy, as well as advancing the field of manufacturing.
We are very fortunate to have such an excellent community college here in Bucks County. The education and training the college provides is of the highest quality, and this grant funding will allow even more opportunity for our students.
To read more about this grant, visit my district newsroom.
Children’s Village Celebrates 35 Years
Sen. Santarsiero with Barbara Hebel, James Brexler, Teri Windisch,
and the children of Children’s Village.
In celebration of 35 years of Children’s Village, I was happy to join Barbara Hebel and James Brexler, of Doylestown Health, and Teri Windisch, Director of Children’s Village, in the presentation of a senate citation and state flag. For 35 years, Children’s Village, situated on the grounds of Doylestown Hospital, has been entrusted with the care of so many children. This is an outstanding milestone. Here’s to the next 35 years!
Newtown Office Open House
Featuring Artwork from Edgewood Elementary Students
Tuesday, February 11th
4:00 – 6:00 PM
3 Terry Drive, Suite 201
Newtown, PA 18940
Doylestown Office Open House
Featuring Artwork from New Hope-Solebury District Students
Wednesday, February 12th
4:00 – 6:00 PM
2003 Lower State Road, Suite 121, Building 100
Doylestown, PA 18901
To R.S.V.P. or learn more information about these events, contact Nancy Adam at email@example.com, by phone at (215) 489-5000, or visit my website, www.SenatorSteveSantarsiero.com/Events.
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Building 100, Suite 121
Doylestown, PA 18901
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Newtown, PA 18940
184 Main Capitol Building
Senate Box 203010
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3010
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