Remarks by Governor Wolf at Corporal Bryon Dickson Exit Dedication

first_img October 02, 2015 Remarks Interstate 84 Westbound, Exit Ramp #30Blooming Grove, PATRANSCRIPT:We are here to pay tribute to a hero. Corporal Bryon Dickson gave his life in the service of the people of Pennsylvania. Like his colleagues – including Alex Douglass here today – in the Pennsylvania State Police, he chose to serve his Commonwealth.And like his colleagues, he did this voluntarily. He did it knowing the risks he was taking for himself. And for his family. And his wife Tiffany. And his two sons – Bryon and Adam. And he paid the ultimate priceSo in dedicating this exit ramp to his memory, we are honoring him for his specific act of selfless heroism. But we are also honoring him for the valiant gesture he made to all of us in volunteering for this duty. For being so willing to serve us.This is a good time to reflect on the generosity of all who choose to serve us as public servants. Our society depends on good citizens like Corporal Dickson. People like Corporal Dickson keep us secure in our homes. They protect our neighborhoods. And they make our highways safer. We could not do the things we do in our daily lives if it weren’t for the good people like Corporal Dickson.From this point on, many people will take this exit and see this sign. Many of them will wonder who Corporal Dickson was and what he did. We need to do what we can to make sure we never forget him. We need to make sure we never forget what he did for us. And we need to make sure we never take for granted the noble and important things his fellow public servants do for us everyday.Thank you once again to Corporal Dickson’s family. And thanks to all the members of our Pennsylvania State Police.### SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Remarks by Governor Wolf at Corporal Bryon Dickson Exit Dedicationlast_img read more

Families Opt Out Vacation for ‘Spring Break Workouts’

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisSpring break is usually a time for relaxation, but that’s not stopping local families in the area from staying active with family fit camp. Over 30 families have made it their goal to get up and move around instead of taking a vacation or relaxing indoors. Trainer, Rick Houchin said it only takes a few minutes to get in a good workout.Houchin said the fitness camp isn’t all about workouts; it’s also a way for people within the community to become friends. Houchin hopes that this week’s camp encourages each family to walk away and continue their workouts together while at home, and without a trainer. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious ‘Shark Days’ allows kids to enjoy final days of Spring BreakNext Ken’s March Against ‘Senior Hunger’ Still in Need of Donationslast_img read more