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Delaware Governor: Jack Markell


            

Walk on the WILD Side of Volunteering

Written on: October 29th, 2011 in Helping Our Neighbors

The fall is a great time to be outside (probably not today though).  And…it’s always a great time to volunteer.  That’s why we asked Lynne Staub, our volunteer coordinator for the Division of Fish and Wildlife to tell us more about the incredible variety of volunteer opportunities they offer. ****** Have you ever listened to […]


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Are You Prepared for the Heat Wave?

Written on: July 20th, 2011 in Helping Our Neighbors

Please take a look at the information below from the Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) to prepare for this heat wave.  We could use your help to raise awareness, protect our children, and keep an eye out for our elderly family, friends and neighbors.  Thank you! *** With a significant heat wave smothering the region […]


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Prepare for Weather Emergencies

Written on: May 27th, 2011 in Helping Our Neighbors

We are very saddened by the devastation caused by the tornadoes in Missouri, Alabama, North Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas.  I hope your thoughts and your prayers are with our fellow Americans.  Please consider donating to the American Red Cross or giving blood. I also hope you will take a moment to […]


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$tand by Me: Helping Delawareans Achieve Financial Goals

Written on: May 18th, 2011 in Helping Our NeighborsJob Creation

As we keep our focus on putting Delawareans to work and improving our state’s future, we’re working to provide tools that can enable individuals to improve financial responsibility and save up for college, to buy a new home or achieve other financial goals. I’m particularly excited about a new effort called $tand By Me DE—the […]


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Our Sister State in Need: Tragedy in Miyagi

Written on: March 18th, 2011 in Helping Our Neighbors

We have all been watching the devastating events in Japan with heartache and compassion. Our state has long had a close relationship with Miyagi Prefecture, beginning with Governor Castle and evolving into a formal sister-state partnership under Governor Carper in 1997. But the relationships go well beyond our governors to where it really matters: the […]


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