Bristol Twp. Senior Center Installation of Officers

Rep. Davis visits the Bristol Twp. Senior Center in early June to participate in installation of officers and applaud and salute volunteers at the center.





Helping first responders with background clearance fees

Rep. Tina Davis has introduced legislation that would exempt experienced emergency responders from fees totaling more than $47 for state and federal background clearances. Davis' House Bill 1081 would spare paid and volunteer firefighters and emergency medical service responders from the $10 clearances from the state police and state Department of Human Services and the $27.50 fee for an FBI criminal background clearance.



House salutes state soccer champs from Bucks County

The Bucks County delegation on Jan. 21 recognized the state champion soccer teams from Holy Ghost Prep and Villa Joseph Marie High School. In October, the Firebirds from Holy Ghost captured their second consecutive state title in boys' Class AA by defeating Lancaster Mennonite School, 3-1. They are coached by Ken Lawson and Dave Simpson. The Jems from Villa Joseph Marie won the girls' 2014 PIAA Class AA championship, shutting out Villa Maria Academy 1-0 in the title game at Hersheypark Stadium. The team is coached by Rich Finneyfrock, who was named National Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, as well as Carly Metzger and Nick Zlupko.



First Tuesday in Harrisburg

State Rep. Tina Davis began her third term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives during swearing-in ceremonies Jan. 6 in the state Capitol. “I’m eager and prepared to begin charting a new course for the commonwealth,” Davis said.

























































First Tuesday

Swearing-in Day at the state Capitol in Harrisburg.