Williamsport – After visiting and touring earlier this year with officials of Mifflinburg and several of its local historical groups, Senator Gene Yaw, R-Lycoming, is featuring the borough and its projects on his monthly cable show.
“I was impressed by the work of these individuals and others in doing a first-class job of preserving an important part of Pennsylvania history,” Yaw said. “It was truly interesting, informative and enjoyable day in the district.”
“The first show highlighted the historic Gutelius House, dated to 1803. Frederick and Anna Gutelius raised a family of 13 children in the log home,” he added.
“The current show running now is featuring the Buggy Museum, the William Heiss Coach Works and the final installment will feature and the restored Elias Church.”
A Conversation With Senator Gene Yaw is designed to keep residents of the 23rd Senatorial District informed about state and local issues and showcase the people, places and communities that make this area so unique.
The program airs various times during the month on the following cable outlets:
- Blue Ridge Communications/Mansfield – Channel 13
- CATV – Channel 8
- Comcast/Williamsport – Click On Demand/Get Local/Local Government/State Senate/A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw
The program can also be viewed on the Senator Yaw’s website, www.senatorgeneyaw.com, under A Conversation With Senator Gene Yaw.
Contact: Arnie Kriner
1-800-443-5772 or 570-322-6457