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Commending Communities Battling The Opioid And Heroin Epidemic May 19, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to commend several communities in Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District that are taking a stand in the battle against our Nation’s opioid abuse and heroin epidemic."
Recognizing Maryann Volders On Being Named Administrator Of The Year May 16, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"MaryAnn is the vice president of secondary education at the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology, or CPI, located in Centre County, in Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District. She has been with CPI for the past 9 years, having previously worked with the Tyrone Area School District."
Paying Tribute To The “Frogmen” Of The U.S. Naval Combat Demolition Units In World War Ii May 16, 2016
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"Mr. Speaker, I had the privilege of meeting on March 30 with William “Bill,” Dawson of Waldorf; Maryland, in the Fifth Congressional District. Bill is the last living member of the first class of Naval Special Warfare Operators to train for duty with the U.S. Naval Combat Demolition Units that were the precursor to today’s Navy SEAL teams. He is ninety-one years old and a retired Washington, D.C. firefighter who remains deeply proud of his service to our nation and to his community. I was honored to receive from him a copy of his book Before They Were SEALS They Were Frogs, which recounts the story of the Naval Combat Demolition Units during the Second World War and his own service in the Pacific."
Congratulating Brockway’S Grace Preston May 11, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise to recognize the efforts of Grace Preston, a sixth grader from Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District."
In Memory Of Ward Correll April 27, 2016
Harold Rogers, R-KY
"When I first ran for this office, to represent the good people of Kentucky’s Fifth Congressional District, I went to see Ward about my chances. I’ll never forget what he advised: “Get out in the middle of the stream where the current is the swiftest. That’s the only way to get where you want to go.”"

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