Photos from Harrisburg and around the district

The Pennsylvania Association of Realtors recognized Rep. Goodman for working with the organization as he advanced a blight-fighting law he authored, Act 133 of 2016, through the legislature. He introduced the legislation to help fight blight by requiring buyers of properties with known code violations to fix them within a year or demolish the property. Previously, the buyer had 18 months to act. After introducing the bill, he learned realtors were concerned that some real estate transactions were being delayed because of minor repair issues, and his bill was amended to address that too. From left to right are PAR President Kathy McQuilkin, Rep. Goodman, PAR First Vice President Bill McFalls, PAR Legislative Chair Mark Mohn, PAR Legislative Vice Chair David Brant and 2016 PAR President Todd Polinchock.

The Pennsylvania Association of Realtors recognized Rep. Goodman for working with the organization as he advanced a blight-fighting law he authored, Act 133 of 2016, through the legislature. He introduced the legislation to help fight blight by requiring buyers of properties with known code violations to fix them within a year or demolish the property. Previously, the buyer had 18 months to act. After introducing the bill, he learned realtors were concerned that some real estate transactions were being delayed because of minor repair issues, and his bill was amended to address that too. From left to right are PAR President Kathy McQuilkin, Rep. Goodman, PAR First Vice President Bill McFalls, PAR Legislative Chair Mark Mohn, PAR Legislative Vice Chair David Brant and 2016 PAR President Todd Polinchock.



Pennsylvania Association of Realtors honors Rep. Goodman

The Pennsylvania Association of Realtors recognized Rep. Goodman for working with the organization as he advanced a blight-fighting law he authored, Act 133 of 2016, through the legislature. He introduced the legislation to help fight blight by requiring buyers of properties with known code violations to fix them within a year or demolish the property. Previously, the buyer had 18 months to act. After introducing the bill, he learned realtors were concerned that some real estate transactions were being delayed because of minor repair issues, and his bill was amended to address that too. From left to right are PAR President Kathy McQuilkin, Rep. Goodman, PAR First Vice President Bill McFalls, PAR Legislative Chair Mark Mohn, PAR Legislative Vice Chair David Brant and 2016 PAR President Todd Polinchock.

Rep. Goodman welcomes the Minersville High School softball team, this year's PIAA Class A champion, to the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman welcomes the Minersville High School softball team, this year's PIAA Class A champion, to the Capitol.



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Rep. Goodman welcomes the Minersville High School softball team, this year's PIAA Class A champion, to the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman and state Sen. David Argall welcome the Minersville High School softball team, this year's PIAA Class A champion, to the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman and state Sen. David Argall welcome the Minersville High School softball team, this year's PIAA Class A champion, to the Capitol.



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Rep. Goodman and state Sen. David Argall welcome the Minersville High School softball team, this year's PIAA Class A champion, to the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman participates in a news conference to discuss equal pay legislation. In Pennsylvania, it takes the average Pennsylvania woman one year, three months and eight days to make as much as a man. He supports  H.B. 1890, which would address that inequality.

Rep. Goodman participates in a news conference to discuss equal pay legislation. In Pennsylvania, it takes the average Pennsylvania woman one year, three months and eight days to make as much as a man. He supports H.B. 1890, which would address that inequality.



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Rep. Goodman participates in a news conference to discuss equal pay legislation. In Pennsylvania, it takes the average Pennsylvania woman one year, three months and eight days to make as much as a man. He supports H.B. 1890, which would address that inequality.

Rep. Goodman joins members of the Pennsylvania Disabled American Veterans Association at a state Capitol ceremony to dedicate 14 new vans that transport disabled veterans to medical appointments across the state.

Rep. Goodman joins members of the Pennsylvania Disabled American Veterans Association at a state Capitol ceremony to dedicate 14 new vans that transport disabled veterans to medical appointments across the state.



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Rep. Goodman joins members of the Pennsylvania Disabled American Veterans Association at a state Capitol ceremony to dedicate 14 new vans that transport disabled veterans to medical appointments across the state.

Rep. Goodman speaks to a group of students from Pottsville High School who visited the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman speaks to a group of students from Pottsville High School who visited the Capitol.



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Rep. Goodman speaks to a group of students from Pottsville High School who visited the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman and other county officials present citations to Minersville Jr./Sr. High School students Morgan Woodford and Grace Lescavage during Minersville's annual Spirit Day celebration in September. The students called 911 and tended to a school official who became ill and needed prompt medical attention.

Rep. Goodman and other county officials present citations to Minersville Jr./Sr. High School students Morgan Woodford and Grace Lescavage during Minersville's annual Spirit Day celebration in September. The students called 911 and tended to a school official who became ill and needed prompt medical attention.



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Rep. Goodman and other county officials present citations to Minersville Jr./Sr. High School students Morgan Woodford and Grace Lescavage during Minersville's annual Spirit Day celebration in September. The students called 911 and tended to a school official who became ill and needed prompt medical attention.

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission dedicated a Pennsylvania Historical Marker designating Shenandoah as Little Lithuania, USA. Schuylkill County has the highest percentage of residents with Lithuanian ancestry in the entire United States, and Shenandoah the highest percentage within the county.

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission dedicated a Pennsylvania Historical Marker designating Shenandoah as Little Lithuania, USA. Schuylkill County has the highest percentage of residents with Lithuanian ancestry in the entire United States, and Shenandoah the highest percentage within the county.



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The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission dedicated a Pennsylvania Historical Marker designating Shenandoah as Little Lithuania, USA. Schuylkill County has the highest percentage of residents with Lithuanian ancestry in the entire United States, and Shenandoah the highest percentage within the county.

In August, the U.S. Postal Service marked the 75th anniversary of its office in Mahanoy City. Rep. Goodman participated in the celebration and presented a citation to postal officials.

In August, the U.S. Postal Service marked the 75th anniversary of its office in Mahanoy City. Rep. Goodman participated in the celebration and presented a citation to postal officials.



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In August, the U.S. Postal Service marked the 75th anniversary of its office in Mahanoy City. Rep. Goodman participated in the celebration and presented a citation to postal officials.

Rep. Goodman participates in the U.S. Postal Service “Made in America: Building a Nation” Second Day Ceremony and Coal Miner Forever Stamp Celebration. From left to right are Schuylkill County Commissioner Gary J. Hess; Rep. Goodman; state Rep. Mike Tobash, 125th District; Schuylkill  County Commissioner George F. Halcovage Jr.;  Pottsville Postmaster Jared J. Diehl;  Post Office Operations Manager Andrea M. Caraciolo; and Schuylkill County Historical Society President Dave Derbes.

Rep. Goodman participates in the U.S. Postal Service “Made in America: Building a Nation” Second Day Ceremony and Coal Miner Forever Stamp Celebration. From left to right are Schuylkill County Commissioner Gary J. Hess; Rep. Goodman; state Rep. Mike Tobash, 125th District; Schuylkill County Commissioner George F. Halcovage Jr.; Pottsville Postmaster Jared J. Diehl; Post Office Operations Manager Andrea M. Caraciolo; and Schuylkill County Historical Society President Dave Derbes.



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Rep. Goodman participates in the U.S. Postal Service “Made in America: Building a Nation” Second Day Ceremony and Coal Miner Forever Stamp Celebration. From left to right are Schuylkill County Commissioner Gary J. Hess; Rep. Goodman; state Rep. Mike Tobash, 125th District; Schuylkill County Commissioner George F. Halcovage Jr.; Pottsville Postmaster Jared J. Diehl; Post Office Operations Manager Andrea M. Caraciolo; and Schuylkill County Historical Society President Dave Derbes.

Parente Family Park in Park Place, Mahanoy Township was dedicated on Oct. 25. Rep. Goodman helped secure funding for the park.

Parente Family Park in Park Place, Mahanoy Township was dedicated on Oct. 25. Rep. Goodman helped secure funding for the park.



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Parente Family Park in Park Place, Mahanoy Township was dedicated on Oct. 25. Rep. Goodman helped secure funding for the park.

Rep. Goodman attends the grand opening of the Middleport playground on Oct.10. He helped secure funding for the playground.

Rep. Goodman attends the grand opening of the Middleport playground on Oct.10. He helped secure funding for the playground.



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Rep. Goodman attends the grand opening of the Middleport playground on Oct.10. He helped secure funding for the playground.

Rep. Goodman and other members of the county delegation, attend the unveiling of an historical marker at the Mother’s Memorial in Ashland recognizing the Ashland Boys’ Association. The unveiling took place during the annual ABA parade in August. Also pictured are 2013 Miss Pennsylvania Annie Rosellini and parade organizer Adam J. Bernodin III.

Rep. Goodman and other members of the county delegation, attend the unveiling of an historical marker at the Mother’s Memorial in Ashland recognizing the Ashland Boys’ Association. The unveiling took place during the annual ABA parade in August. Also pictured are 2013 Miss Pennsylvania Annie Rosellini and parade organizer Adam J. Bernodin III.



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Rep. Goodman and other members of the county delegation, attend the unveiling of an historical marker at the Mother’s Memorial in Ashland recognizing the Ashland Boys’ Association. The unveiling took place during the annual ABA parade in August. Also pictured are 2013 Miss Pennsylvania Annie Rosellini and parade organizer Adam J. Bernodin III.

Rep. Goodman speaks at a news conference in Harrisburg that encouraged Pennsylvanians to buy American- and Pennsylvania-produced products.

Rep. Goodman speaks at a news conference in Harrisburg that encouraged Pennsylvanians to buy American- and Pennsylvania-produced products.



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Rep. Goodman speaks at a news conference in Harrisburg that encouraged Pennsylvanians to buy American- and Pennsylvania-produced products.

Rep. Goodman joins members of the Pennsylvania Disabled American Veterans Association at a state Capitol ceremony to dedicate 14 new vans that transport  disabled veterans to medical appointments across the state.

Rep. Goodman joins members of the Pennsylvania Disabled American Veterans Association at a state Capitol ceremony to dedicate 14 new vans that transport disabled veterans to medical appointments across the state.



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Rep. Goodman joins members of the Pennsylvania Disabled American Veterans Association at a state Capitol ceremony to dedicate 14 new vans that transport disabled veterans to medical appointments across the state.

Rep. Goodman joins the U.S. Postal Service “Made in America: Building a Nation” Coal Miner Forever Stamp Celebration at the Schuylkill County Historical Society. From left to right are: Schuykill County Commissioner Gary J. Hess, Rep. Goodman, State Rep. Mike Tobash, Pottsville Postmaster Jared J. Diehl, Andrea M. Caraciolo, Manager, Post Office Operations, U.S. Postal Service, and Dave Derbes, President, Schuylkill County Historical Society.

Rep. Goodman joins the U.S. Postal Service “Made in America: Building a Nation” Coal Miner Forever Stamp Celebration at the Schuylkill County Historical Society. From left to right are: Schuykill County Commissioner Gary J. Hess, Rep. Goodman, State Rep. Mike Tobash, Pottsville Postmaster Jared J. Diehl, Andrea M. Caraciolo, Manager, Post Office Operations, U.S. Postal Service, and Dave Derbes, President, Schuylkill County Historical Society.



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Rep. Goodman joins the U.S. Postal Service “Made in America: Building a Nation” Coal Miner Forever Stamp Celebration at the Schuylkill County Historical Society. From left to right are: Schuykill County Commissioner Gary J. Hess, Rep. Goodman, State Rep. Mike Tobash, Pottsville Postmaster Jared J. Diehl, Andrea M. Caraciolo, Manager, Post Office Operations, U.S. Postal Service, and Dave Derbes, President, Schuylkill County Historical Society.

Rep. Goodman discusses bipartisan legislation he introduced that would prohibit the privatization of mental health services at any Pennsylvania state corrections facility. Psychologists are an important part of the teams at state prisons that ensure employees’ and residents’ safety during and after an inmate’s incarceration. With Goodman are Kathy Jellison, Service Employees International Union Local 668 president, Pennsylvania Psychological Association President-Elect Bruce Mapes and Republican state Rep. Mike Fleck, who also sponsored the bill.

Rep. Goodman discusses bipartisan legislation he introduced that would prohibit the privatization of mental health services at any Pennsylvania state corrections facility. Psychologists are an important part of the teams at state prisons that ensure employees’ and residents’ safety during and after an inmate’s incarceration. With Goodman are Kathy Jellison, Service Employees International Union Local 668 president, Pennsylvania Psychological Association President-Elect Bruce Mapes and Republican state Rep. Mike Fleck, who also sponsored the bill.



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Rep. Goodman discusses bipartisan legislation he introduced that would prohibit the privatization of mental health services at any Pennsylvania state corrections facility. Psychologists are an important part of the teams at state prisons that ensure employees’ and residents’ safety during and after an inmate’s incarceration. With Goodman are Kathy Jellison, Service Employees International Union Local 668 president, Pennsylvania Psychological Association President-Elect Bruce Mapes and Republican state Rep. Mike Fleck, who also sponsored the bill.

Rep. Goodman joins House Democrats at a news conference to voice concerns about Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to turn over management of the Pennsylvania Lottery to a company based in the United Kingdom.

Rep. Goodman joins House Democrats at a news conference to voice concerns about Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to turn over management of the Pennsylvania Lottery to a company based in the United Kingdom.



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Rep. Goodman joins House Democrats at a news conference to voice concerns about Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to turn over management of the Pennsylvania Lottery to a company based in the United Kingdom.

Rep. Goodman and House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody enjoy the 2013 swearing in ceremony. Goodman, who is the House  Democratic administrator, is part of the leadership team.

Rep. Goodman and House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody enjoy the 2013 swearing in ceremony. Goodman, who is the House Democratic administrator, is part of the leadership team.



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Rep. Goodman and House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody enjoy the 2013 swearing in ceremony. Goodman, who is the House Democratic administrator, is part of the leadership team.

Rep. Goodman and his wife, Victoria, pose for a picture after the swearing in ceremony.

Rep. Goodman and his wife, Victoria, pose for a picture after the swearing in ceremony.



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Rep. Goodman and his wife, Victoria, pose for a picture after the swearing in ceremony.

Rep. Goodman's legislative assistant, Ed Kleha attended the swearing in ceremony.

Rep. Goodman's legislative assistant, Ed Kleha attended the swearing in ceremony.



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Rep. Goodman's legislative assistant, Ed Kleha attended the swearing in ceremony.

Rep. Goodman is joined by his wife, Victoria, his daughter, Shannon, and son, Neal Patrick during swearing in day.

Rep. Goodman is joined by his wife, Victoria, his daughter, Shannon, and son, Neal Patrick during swearing in day.



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Rep. Goodman is joined by his wife, Victoria, his daughter, Shannon, and son, Neal Patrick during swearing in day.

Rep. Goodman is sworn in to start a sixth term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Rep. Goodman is sworn in to start a sixth term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.



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Rep. Goodman is sworn in to start a sixth term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Rep. Goodman and Rep. Keith Gillespie join Gov. Tom Corbett as he signs a bill that will end the requirement for hunters to display their hunting license on an outer garment. Goodman has championed the legislation since he took office in 2003, and Gillespie, R-York, was prime sponsor of the bill this year. In the back row are, from left to right: Greg Raffensperger, Republican executive director of the House Game and Fisheries Committee, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl Roe and Pennsylvania Game Commission Legislative Liason Stephen Smith.

Rep. Goodman and Rep. Keith Gillespie join Gov. Tom Corbett as he signs a bill that will end the requirement for hunters to display their hunting license on an outer garment. Goodman has championed the legislation since he took office in 2003, and Gillespie, R-York, was prime sponsor of the bill this year. In the back row are, from left to right: Greg Raffensperger, Republican executive director of the House Game and Fisheries Committee, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl Roe and Pennsylvania Game Commission Legislative Liason Stephen Smith.



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Rep. Goodman and Rep. Keith Gillespie join Gov. Tom Corbett as he signs a bill that will end the requirement for hunters to display their hunting license on an outer garment. Goodman has championed the legislation since he took office in 2003, and Gillespie, R-York, was prime sponsor of the bill this year. In the back row are, from left to right: Greg Raffensperger, Republican executive director of the House Game and Fisheries Committee, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl Roe and Pennsylvania Game Commission Legislative Liason Stephen Smith.

Rep. Goodman and Sen. David Argall welcome the state champion Minersville High School girls softball team to the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman and Sen. David Argall welcome the state champion Minersville High School girls softball team to the Capitol.



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Rep. Goodman and Sen. David Argall welcome the state champion Minersville High School girls softball team to the Capitol.

Rep. Goodman joins founding president of Mahanoy Downtown Inc. Jim. Rhoades Jr. and state Sen. David Argall to announce a $1.02 million grant from PennDOT for Mahanoy City. The borough will use the grant to continue its downtown revitalization program.

Rep. Goodman joins founding president of Mahanoy Downtown Inc. Jim. Rhoades Jr. and state Sen. David Argall to announce a $1.02 million grant from PennDOT for Mahanoy City. The borough will use the grant to continue its downtown revitalization program.



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Rep. Goodman joins founding president of Mahanoy Downtown Inc. Jim. Rhoades Jr. and state Sen. David Argall to announce a $1.02 million grant from PennDOT for Mahanoy City. The borough will use the grant to continue its downtown revitalization program.

Rep. Goodman looks at improvements that were made to downtown Mahanoy City. The borough received a $1.02 million grant to improve  pedestrian safety and aesthetics to another four blocks in the downtown.

Rep. Goodman looks at improvements that were made to downtown Mahanoy City. The borough received a $1.02 million grant to improve pedestrian safety and aesthetics to another four blocks in the downtown.



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Rep. Goodman looks at improvements that were made to downtown Mahanoy City. The borough received a $1.02 million grant to improve pedestrian safety and aesthetics to another four blocks in the downtown.

Rep. Goodman takes the oath of office during Swearing In Day at the Capitol on Jan. 4, 2011.

Rep. Goodman takes the oath of office during Swearing In Day at the Capitol on Jan. 4, 2011.



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Rep. Goodman takes the oath of office during Swearing In Day at the Capitol on Jan. 4, 2011.

Rep. Goodman and former Rep. Tim Seip present a $125,000 state grant to the Schuylkill Alliance for Health Care Access, which helps displaced workers who have lost their health coverage as well as people who couldn't afford coverage, get medical treatment.

Rep. Goodman and former Rep. Tim Seip present a $125,000 state grant to the Schuylkill Alliance for Health Care Access, which helps displaced workers who have lost their health coverage as well as people who couldn't afford coverage, get medical treatment.



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Rep. Goodman and former Rep. Tim Seip present a $125,000 state grant to the Schuylkill Alliance for Health Care Access, which helps displaced workers who have lost their health coverage as well as people who couldn't afford coverage, get medical treatment.

Rep. Goodman speaks at a Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers news conference in the state Capitol. His resolution designating April 28, 2010, as Workers’ Memorial Day was adopted by the House.

Rep. Goodman speaks at a Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers news conference in the state Capitol. His resolution designating April 28, 2010, as Workers’ Memorial Day was adopted by the House.



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Rep. Goodman speaks at a Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers news conference in the state Capitol. His resolution designating April 28, 2010, as Workers’ Memorial Day was adopted by the House.

Rep. Goodman, who has fought to preserve early childhood education funding, tours the Mahanoy City Child Development Center.

Rep. Goodman, who has fought to preserve early childhood education funding, tours the Mahanoy City Child Development Center.



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Rep. Goodman, who has fought to preserve early childhood education funding, tours the Mahanoy City Child Development Center.

Rep. Goodman speaks at an assembly honoring former Philadelphia Flyers and Eagles owner Jerry Wolman. The assembly was held at Wolman’s alma mater, Shenandoah Valley High School.

Rep. Goodman speaks at an assembly honoring former Philadelphia Flyers and Eagles owner Jerry Wolman. The assembly was held at Wolman’s alma mater, Shenandoah Valley High School.



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Rep. Goodman speaks at an assembly honoring former Philadelphia Flyers and Eagles owner Jerry Wolman. The assembly was held at Wolman’s alma mater, Shenandoah Valley High School.

Rep. Goodman was pleased to help announce the recent awarding of a $1 million state grant to Schuylkill Women in Crisis from the Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program. SWIC will use the funding to expand and modernize its facilities. The announcement was made at The Grateful Thread, the Pottsville business SWIC operates. Pictured from left are Goodman; Wendy Wheeler, SWIC board president; Sally Casey, SWIC executive director; Judy Schmidt, SWIC vice president; and state Rep. Tim Seip.

Rep. Goodman was pleased to help announce the recent awarding of a $1 million state grant to Schuylkill Women in Crisis from the Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program. SWIC will use the funding to expand and modernize its facilities. The announcement was made at The Grateful Thread, the Pottsville business SWIC operates. Pictured from left are Goodman; Wendy Wheeler, SWIC board president; Sally Casey, SWIC executive director; Judy Schmidt, SWIC vice president; and state Rep. Tim Seip.



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Rep. Goodman was pleased to help announce the recent awarding of a $1 million state grant to Schuylkill Women in Crisis from the Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program. SWIC will use the funding to expand and modernize its facilities. The announcement was made at The Grateful Thread, the Pottsville business SWIC operates. Pictured from left are Goodman; Wendy Wheeler, SWIC board president; Sally Casey, SWIC executive director; Judy Schmidt, SWIC vice president; and state Rep. Tim Seip.

Rep. Goodman visited with the New Jersey, faith-based J.U.N.E. Project ’08 volunteers on Aug. 7 at the Barefield Community Center in Pottsville.

The 100-plus volunteers spent a week in Schuylkill County working on several projects for Schuylkill Community Action and the community. Those projects included tackling landscaping and stream restoration efforts in Pottsville’s Elm Street Community while painting windows at the YMCA there. The group also gutted a home for rehabilitation in Mahanoy City.  Rep. Goodman also toured the various on-going Pottsville Elm Street Community revitalization projects situated in his district.

Rep. Goodman visited with the New Jersey, faith-based J.U.N.E. Project ’08 volunteers on Aug. 7 at the Barefield Community Center in Pottsville. The 100-plus volunteers spent a week in Schuylkill County working on several projects for Schuylkill Community Action and the community. Those projects included tackling landscaping and stream restoration efforts in Pottsville’s Elm Street Community while painting windows at the YMCA there. The group also gutted a home for rehabilitation in Mahanoy City. Rep. Goodman also toured the various on-going Pottsville Elm Street Community revitalization projects situated in his district.



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Rep. Goodman visited with the New Jersey, faith-based J.U.N.E. Project ’08 volunteers on Aug. 7 at the Barefield Community Center in Pottsville. The 100-plus volunteers spent a week in Schuylkill County working on several projects for Schuylkill Community Action and the community. Those projects included tackling landscaping and stream restoration efforts in Pottsville’s Elm Street Community while painting windows at the YMCA there. The group also gutted a home for rehabilitation in Mahanoy City. Rep. Goodman also toured the various on-going Pottsville Elm Street Community revitalization projects situated in his district.

Rep. Goodman attends the opening of the Trio Salon, a new hair salon in Pottsville. He has been working with the Wilkes University Small Business Development Center to attract new businesses into the area, like Trio Salon and Peace Frog Natural Foods, which sells natural foods, body care items and nutritional supplements. Pictured left to right are Ben-David Kaminski, Wilkes University Small Business Development Center; Goodman; Lori Kane, Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce; Shannon Brennan, owner of Trio Salon; Katie Coleman, stylist at Trio Salon; and Congressman Tim Holden.

Rep. Goodman attends the opening of the Trio Salon, a new hair salon in Pottsville. He has been working with the Wilkes University Small Business Development Center to attract new businesses into the area, like Trio Salon and Peace Frog Natural Foods, which sells natural foods, body care items and nutritional supplements. Pictured left to right are Ben-David Kaminski, Wilkes University Small Business Development Center; Goodman; Lori Kane, Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce; Shannon Brennan, owner of Trio Salon; Katie Coleman, stylist at Trio Salon; and Congressman Tim Holden.



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Rep. Goodman attends the opening of the Trio Salon, a new hair salon in Pottsville. He has been working with the Wilkes University Small Business Development Center to attract new businesses into the area, like Trio Salon and Peace Frog Natural Foods, which sells natural foods, body care items and nutritional supplements. Pictured left to right are Ben-David Kaminski, Wilkes University Small Business Development Center; Goodman; Lori Kane, Schuylkill Chamber of Commerce; Shannon Brennan, owner of Trio Salon; Katie Coleman, stylist at Trio Salon; and Congressman Tim Holden.