February 08, 2018 Hundreds Join Wolf Administration in Gettysburg for Cabinet in Your Community Event SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release Gettysburg, PA – Today, Wolf Administration cabinet officials were joined by more than 200 people for a Cabinet in Your Community event at the Gettysburg campus of Harrisburg Area Community College. This was the fifth in a series of town-hall style events held across the state in which members of the community can talk with cabinet secretaries and discuss issues important to the region.“This is a great opportunity for communities to engage with their state government and learn about the commonwealth’s investments in their region,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “From events in Nanticoke and Lock Haven to Chester, Hawley and now Gettysburg, we are hearing from residents, college students, local elected officials, and more through a positive two-way dialogue between the community and Harrisburg.Featuring Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn, Department of Human Services Acting Secretary Teresa Miller, Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel and Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards, the department secretaries provided updates on regional projects and accomplishments and answered questions from the audience.The next Cabinet in Your Community event is currently scheduled for February 16 in Erie at 3207 State Street with cabinet secretaries from the departments of Community and Economic Development, Environmental Protection, Health, Revenue, and Transportation.
After numerous loan spells at clubs varying from Yeovil to QPR, the 22-year-old academy graduate has finally come to the fore at White Hart Lane. Townsend has been one of the stars of the season so far, not only impressing at Tottenham but also helping England qualify for next year’s World Cup. Andros Townsend is riding a crest of a wave right now, but his Tottenham team-mates are keeping his feet on the ground. It would be easy to get carried away, but Lewis Holtby and the rest of his Spurs team-mates are making sure the level-headed winger remains just that. “Andros is a national hero and we are all very pleased for him,” Holtby said. “He has been playing some great football, but he is a young guy and we have been telling him there could be some rocky paths ahead. “Being a footballer is a long journey and you have to be ready for the bumpy parts. That is what we have been trying to tell him.” Townsend remained in London this week as Spurs flew out to Sheriff Tiraspol for Thursday’s Europa League clash. Paulinho and Kyle Walker were also rested, while a number of first-team players missed out through injury. Despite that, Villas-Boas’ side boasted a vast array in talent, highlighting the impressive strength in depth at Spurs’ disposal this term. “Aaron Lennon came back for us at Villa last weekend and our squad strength is unbelievable,” Holtby said. “Every Tottenham fan must be so happy to see how many top-quality players we have, and our strength in depth on the bench. “It’s amazing, but now the important thing is to deal with that situation and everyone can have a piece of the cake. “Bayern Munich won three trophies last season because their players were all patient and waited for their turn. “There were some big players not in the squad, but they took their chance when it came and we’ve got to do the same thing. “It’s a long, hard season, and the games come thick and fast over the winter, so we have to be up for it. “When you look at the quality we have, the overall standard is amazing – whether it’s Premier League, Europa League, Capital One Cup or FA Cup, we have the players to cope.” Press Association