Joined by DNREC Secretary David Small, Lewes Mayor Theodore Becker, and Delaware State Parks Director Ray Bivens, as well as state legislators and members of Delaware State Parks and recreational organizations, Governor Jack Markell signed legislation that will change the structure and management of the Delaware Land and Water Conservation Trust Fund (DTF) and is expected to generate additional funding for outdoor recreation throughout the state.
Surrounded by student athletes from Middletown High School, Governor Markell signed legislation that requires the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (“DIAA”) to draft regulations to identify symptoms and risk factors of sudden cardiac arrest in student athletes.
As a guest host for the Governor’s weekly message, filmed at Children & Families First, Division of Public HealthDirector Dr. Karyl Rattay discusses expansion of the Nurse-Family Partnership in Delaware and its positive impact on the children and families who participate in the program.
Delaware’s AmeriCorps program will mark 20 years of volunteerism and service to the state with the swearing-in of a new group of members and by celebrating the many contributions of AmeriCorps alumni during a recognition dinner at the University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall Conference Center in Newark.
GovernorMarkell extended his deepest sympathies to the family of Matt Haley and issued this statement.
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