Governor Wolf’s Tour of Historic Philadelphia

first_imgGovernor Wolf’s Tour of Historic Philadelphia DNC,  The Blog,  Videos On Sunday, Governor Wolf toured the beautiful Philadelphia Historic District. With visitors from all over coming to the city for the Democratic National Convention, the governor decided to join tourists on the historic Philadelphia trail.After all, the Declaration of Independence was debated and signed in Independence Hall on July 4, 1776, as was the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.The Democratic National Convention this week is the eighth time Philadelphia has played host to a party convention since 1856. But only one president, James Buchanan, has ever hailed from our state.William Penn founded our state as a refuge for people of different faiths, nationalities, and opinions, and in that spirit we welcome you.So whether you’re visiting for the Democratic National Convention or to immerse yourself in history, we invite you to pursue your happiness in Philadelphia. By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf July 25, 2016center_img Read more blog posts on the Democratic National Convention.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf   SHARE  TWEET SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

EC Trojan Swimming Standout Alex Ketcham Signs With Engineers

first_imgEast Central Trojan Swimming standout Alex Ketcham has signed to attend college at Rose Hulman Institution of Technology in Terre Haute majoring in Software Engineering.Alex is the son of Eric and Susan Ketcham.Courtesy of EC Trojans Athletic Administration Assistant April McFarland.last_img

Mikel Back for Argentina Clash

first_imgThe Eagles arrived Russia via a chartered flight on Saturday from Algeria.They will had their first training yesterday evening at the match venue in Krasnoder.It was reported yesterday that the weather conditions in Krasnoder are similar to the cold the team encountered in Constantine, Algeria – lowest 6-9 degrees and warmest 17-19 degrees.According to the rule of the game pushed out by its organisers, maximum changes of six players per team are allowed for this match.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Officials of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have confirmed that Captain of the Super Eagles, John Mikel Obi will return to the team’s starting XI against Argentina tomorrow in Krasnoder, Russia.The Chianjin Teda midfielder was rested in last Friday’s Nigeria final group game of the World Cup 2018 qualifiers against Algeria in Constantine.Media Officer of the Super Eagles, Toyin Ibitoye, confirmed yesterday that the international friendly with Argentina will kick off by 5pm Nigerian time.“The game will start at 7pm local time, which is 5pm in Nigeria,” Ibitoye confirmed on arrival in the Russian city from Algeria.last_img read more