Thank You, Teachers!

May. 06, 2024 / Embed

May 6-10 is Teacher Appreciation Week. I'm taking a moment to thank our Commonwealth's teachers, including those in the 88th District, who work hard to support and educate our children. Thank you to our amazing teachers!

Rep. Delozier's Mother’s Day Message

May. 06, 2024 / Embed

I’m wishing all the moms in the 88th District and across the Commonwealth a very happy Mother's Day! This is the one special day that we get to celebrate the kindness, love and support mothers provide in our lives. Thank you for everything you do!

Title: Job and Government Services Fair Spotlight: USPS

Apr. 26, 2024 / Embed

At my Job and Government Services Fair, I spoke with representatives from the United States Postal Service. USPS needs rural and city carriers to cover walking and driving routes. You must have a valid driver's license for at least two years and speak English to apply. To learn more, please visit www.USPS.com/Careers.

Job and Government Services Spotlight: American Red Cross

Apr. 25, 2024 / Embed

At my recent Job and Government Services Fair, I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Maggie Stolar from the American Red Cross. The organization needs volunteers who want to give back to the community and beyond. They have volunteer positions working with veterans, disaster relief and more. The Red Cross is always there to help!

Job and Government Services Spotlight: Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania

Apr. 24, 2024 / Embed

At my recent Job and Government Services Fair, I had the opportunity to speak with Cheryl Cuddy and Museum Shumuye about employment opportunities through Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania. Vision Resources is the blindness association that serves Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin and Perry counties. They are looking for staff for its business division, which funds the work of the non-profit. They welcome people with disabilities to apply for these positions.

Job and Government Services Spotlight: The Woods at Cedar Run

Apr. 24, 2024 / Embed

At my recent Job and Government Services Fair, I had the opportunity to chat with Tess from The Woods at Cedar Run. The Woods is looking to hire LPNs, dining staff, housekeepers and medication technicians. This would be a great job for individuals who are passionate about helping the senior community and those who need memory care.

Delozier, Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association Plant Riparian Buffers

Apr. 19, 2024 / Embed

On April 18, I joined the Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association to plant riparian buffers along the shores of the creek. We planted native trees and shrubs at the Good Hope Access which will help support soil quality and habitat biodiversity for local wildlife. April is Earth Month, making this a great time to invest in our beautiful natural resources.

Delozier Interviews Mechanicsburg High School Student, Guest Page

Apr. 17, 2024 / Embed

I had the opportunity to host Olivia Rengen as a guest page in the House chamber. Olivia is a senior at Mechanicsburg High School, and she will soon be pursuing a political science degree at Villanova University. She is a shining star who will make our area proud with whatever she does in her future! She is a great representation of the many local students I host as guests in Harrisburg.

Delozier Discusses Public Safety, Illegal Immigration

Apr. 17, 2024 / Embed

I welcome folks to come to the land of the free and home of the brave, and there are legal processes to do so. I wholeheartedly support this. I cannot support people taking advantage of the cracks in our system and putting others at risk. By addressing issues with sanctuary cities, squatters rights and ghost planes, we can help ensure public safety.

Delozier Speaks on Crime Victims’ Rights, Marsy’s Law

Apr. 15, 2024 / Embed

In 2019, we worked very hard to put Marsy's Law in front of the voters. This would have amended our state Constitution to enshrine crime victims’ rights. Over 70% of voters supported Marsy's Law, and it was a blow to those victims when our state Supreme Court legislated from the bench and denied that opportunity. In the years since, the Legislature has been successful in implementing pieces of Marsy’s Law, which has strengthened the victims’ voices in the Commonwealth.