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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Ending Human Trafficking February 2, 2016
Ryan Costello, R-PA
"The Barclay Grounds, located in West Chester Borough, is a beautiful property. The land has a rich history dating back to William Penn‘s charter from the King. Over the years, it has served as an orchard and has been utilized for agricultural purposes as well as for passive recreation activities. For over 2 years, local officials and grassroots volunteers have worked on a common mission: to preserve the Barclay Grounds for future generations."
Penn State Police Officer Stew Neff Marks 50 Years Of Service February 1, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I deeply admire the service of policemen and -women who serve across Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District; but, today, I rise to note Lieutenant Stew Neff’s service. He has been a member of the Penn State University Police Department for the past five decades."
Tribute To Kathy A. Holtzman January 12, 2016
Keith Rothfus, R-PA
"Before serving in this capacity, she fulfilled a variety of other important roles in her community: Co-Founder, along with Bill Stewart, of Penn Highlands Community College; Richland Township School Director; Republican State Committee Women; President of Cambria County Senior Citizens and Turner Apartments in Ebensburg; board member of the Salvation Army, Peniel Drug and Alcohol Program, and Johnstown Sportsmen’s Club; and member of the Geistown-Richland Lions Club."
Joseph Demott December 11, 2015
Joe Pitts, R-PA
"After the war, back home in Pennsylvania, he became an electrical engineer after graduating from Penn State. He went on later to work as a plant manager at Champion Blower and Forge in Lancaster."
Forest Management And Wildfires December 9, 2015
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"We need to develop the lamination technology that has taken timber, and being able to use that really for skyscraper type construction very successfully. The research is done by our U.S. Forest Services, as well as our land grant universities, such as my alma mater of Penn State. There is great research being done, actually supported through the farm bill in terms of forest services, forest products."

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