This Monday, Sept. 3, we celebrate Labor Day. For many, it is the symbolic end of the summer season, but it is important to remember and reflect on its true meaning. Labor Day is a day intended to honor and respect the working men and women of our country—past, present and future.
It truly is a paradox in this struggling economy, where a person must be grateful for any opportunity to go to work but equally as grateful for time away. So my hope is that everyone is able to spend the day relaxing and enjoying the company of friends and family.
I cannot stress clearly enough the fact that Pennsylvania only runs because of you.
Please accept my sincere thanks for all that you do to make the commonwealth a better place to live and work.
On another note, I am looking forward to my return to Harrisburg this fall for the House session. My colleagues and I are as excited as ever to continue working for you in efforts to make this state of ours a great place to call home.
I will continue my duties as Secretary of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, and I will also serve on the Consumer Affairs and Aging and Older Services committees.
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