Governor Wolf Makes Holiday Visit to the Southeastern Veterans’ Center

first_img Holidays,  Press Release,  Veterans Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf joined Maj. Gen. Tony Carrelli, Pennsylvania’s adjutant general and head of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA), along with members of the Pennsylvania National Guard for a holiday visit to the Southeastern Veterans’ Center in Spring City.“No matter how busy the holiday season gets, it is important to carve out time to celebrate with the veterans who have made it possible for us to celebrate,” said Governor Wolf. “It is also important to remember our service members who are currently serving abroad or stateside, and who are unable to be home with their families.”Governor Wolf greeted residents throughout the Spring City facility which serves 292 veterans and their eligible spouses with personal and skilled nursing care.“It’s always an honor to spend time with America’s heroes and personally thank them for their tremendous service to our Nation,” said Carrelli.  “We get great pleasure visiting our extended Veterans Family during the Christmas Season to spread joy and cheer throughout the Commonwealth.”The DMVA operates six veteran’s nursing homes located in Erie, Hollidaysburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Scranton and Spring City. For more information about admission, employment, or volunteer opportunities, visit http://www.dmva.pa.gov/stateveteranshomes. December 14, 2017 Governor Wolf Makes Holiday Visit to the Southeastern Veterans’ Centercenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Troost-Ekong stars as Udinese beat Sassuolo to maintain winning run

first_imgRelatedPosts Watford tempts Troost-Ekong with five-year deal Super Eagles stars model new national team jersey Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Super Eagles’ defender William Troost-Ekong played a vital role for Udinese as they beat visiting Sassuolo 3-0 to maintain their winning run in the Italian Serie A on Sunday. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Troost-Ekong was a pillar in Udinese’s defence. He made some vital tackles to ensure his team kept a clean sheet in the game played at Stadio Friuli. The game was also his 17th league appearance for Udinese in the league this season. Udinese have now won three consecutive league games following victories against Cagliari and Lecce. Udinese’s first goal was scored by Italian-born Nigerian striker Stefano Okaka in the 14th minute. Ken Sema doubled the home side’s lead on 68 minutes, before Rodrigo De Paul added the third on 90 minutes. Udinese are now ninth on 24 points and are five points away from the Europa League qualification spot.Tags: SassuoloSerie ASuper EaglesUdineseWilliam Troost-Ekonglast_img read more