Overheard On Twitter: Governor Tom Wolf And Senator Bob Casey Give THON A Shoutout
With THON weekend in full swing, Penn Staters have plenty to keep them entertained, from kids dressing up for a fashion show, to numerous bands and musical acts, as well as various other activities, and generally just playing around. So with all the distractions, and the limited cell service, many THON-ers probably missed it when Governor Tom Wolf, and United States Senator Bob Casey gave Penn State, and THON specifically, shout-outs for the work done for the Four Diamonds Fund.
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) February 20, 2016
— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) February 20, 2016
Though the governor probably has some bigger priorities in the short-term, dealing with issues with the state budget that put higher education funding at risk, it’s great to see the governor take his time to recognize the cause.
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