There are many ways to serve. For hundreds of years, so many Americans have made the ultimate sacrifice. They put their lives on the line to join our armed forces – defending our nation and earning along the way the noble title of Veteran. That service is remembered with particular reverence and honor this Veterans […]
“One of government’s most important roles is protecting its citizens,” said Governor Jack Markell. “Business conducted along our waterways is an integral part of our economy. Our port, bridges, refineries, and chemical facilities are vital links in regional commerce. We are protecting our State’s assets, its businesses and the people that call Delaware ‘home.’ It’s our responsibility to ensure, as best we can, that Delaware and its residents are safe and secure.”
“If you ever get a chance to lend a hand, or a hammer – do it,” said Governor Markell. “Whether it’s the Mill Stone project or others, the time, talent and resources dedicated by these volunteers help renew local communities, one block at a time. It also helps renew something in each volunteer – a sense of connection to our community. And when you’re volunteering with friends or co-workers, it renews your sense of teamwork and purpose.”
If you ever get a chance to lend a hand, or a hammer – do it.
“If Hazel were here, she would tell the women here that she believes in them,“ said the Governor. “Many ended up at this facility because they didn’t believe in themselves. I want them to know we believe in them. Even though women who will pass through these doors will not get to know Hazel Plant personally, she will be right here with them in spirit, helping them get back on the right path.”
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