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In this Update:

  • Celebrate Earth Day at Core Creek Park on Saturday April 27
  • Save the Date for my Shredding Event
  • Bridge Dedicated to Fallen Soldier in Middletown Township
  • NOVA Celebrates 50 Years
  • Southampton Fire Co. 1 Annual Banquet
  • New Crime-Fighting Tool for the Public

Celebrate Earth Day at Core Creek Park Tomorrow, Saturday April 27

The local annual Earth Day celebration is on Saturday, April 27th at Core Creek Park from 11am to 2pm. Join Middletown Township, Northampton Township, Hulmeville Borough, Falls Township, Newtown Township and Bucks County Parks & Recreation to celebrate.  The event includes a fun-filled day with plenty of vendors and activities for the whole family. While you’re there, stop by my legislative table for information and resources.  Core Creek Park is located at 901 Bridgetown Pike in Langhorne.

Save The Date for My Shredding Event

Did you miss my last shredding event? I am hosting another one on June 8 from 10am to noon at Warminster Community Park.  More details to follow.

Bridge Dedicated to Fallen Soldier in Middletown Township

Last Friday, the Trenton Road bridge over I-295 in Middletown Township was officially named the “Staff Sgt. Jae S. Moon Memorial Bridge” in honor of the late U.S. Army soldier who was killed in action in Iraq in 2006.

Moon was born in South Korea, moved to Pennsylvania at a young age, graduated Neshaminy High School in 2003, and enlisted in the U.S. Army with aspirations to be an FBI agent.
Staff Sgt. Moon made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country and protecting the freedoms that we hold and value every day. It was State Representative Joe Hogan’s legislation that made this bridge dedication possible and now Staff Sgt. Moon will be forever remembered and honored in Middletown Township, close to his childhood home and where his parents still live. Watch clip of bridge dedication here

I am pictured here with State Representative Joe Hogan and Staff Sgt. Jae S. Moon’s sister, Crystal and parents 

NOVA Celebrates 50 Years

State Rep. Joe Hogan and I are pictured with Michelle Saldutti, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Coordinator, PARX Casino, NOVA Board Member, Penny Ettinger, Executive Director, NOVA

Over this past weekend, NOVA (Network of Victims Assistance) celebrated 50 years of supporting and empowering victims of crime in our Bucks County community. State Rep. Hogan and I presented citations from the Senate and House of Representatives honoring this milestone and the essential services they have provided to our community for the past five decades.   

Founded in 1974, NOVA is a comprehensive victim services organization, serving individuals impacting by crime and providing prevention education services.  Each year they provide free and confidential services to more than 2,500 crime victims and their family members, and violence prevention and personal safety education programs to approximately 30,000 students, parents, teachers, and community members.

NOVA works to prevent violence through training, advocacy, and prevention education and envisions a society free of violence where all children and adults are treated with dignity and respect.   For more information about NOVA:

Southampton Fire Co. 1 Annual Banquet

Last weekend I joined Southampton Fire Co. 1 for their annual banquet to recognize their members and their families for all the work put in throughout the year.

I presented a citation from the Senate of PA for the following award recipients:

Firefighter of the Year: AJ Ridge

Jr, Firefighter of the Year: Dom Rousset

President’s Award: Joe Reaney

50 Years of service: Mark Edwards

75 Years of Service: Walt McKenney (McKenney family accepted on his behalf)

Congratulations to all and I want to thank them all for their commitment and dedication in protecting our community.

New Crime-Fighting Tool for the Public

PSP Tips offers the public a new way to share information related to active investigations, cold cases, the apprehension of unwanted persons or locating missing persons. It includes information about nearly 100 cold case homicides, missing persons and other unsolved crimes. New cases will be added frequently.

Featured cases include the 1973 homicide of an eight-year-old girl in Greene County, the unsolved killing in 1977 of a high school junior in Blair County, the 1981 disappearance of a Lackawanna County teenager and the search for the children of Susan Reinert, a Montgomery County teacher found murdered near Harrisburg in 1979. All cases in which the Pennsylvania State Police requests public assistance can be viewed on Facebook and Twitter.

Your tip could provide investigators with a long-awaited breakthrough that will finally bring closure and justice for the victims’ families. All information submitted to PSP Tips can be provided anonymously, if desired. Submit information using the toll-free phone number, 1-800-4PA-TIPS (1-800-472-8477) or online.


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