Monday, December 1st at 9:45 a.m.
Governor Markell will speak at the Annual Memorial Service hosted by the Delaware State Police – Joined by Colonel Nathaniel McQueen, officers, and chaplains of the Delaware State Police, President and Lieutenant Tom Brackin and members of the Delaware State Troopers Association, as well as Department of Safety and Homeland Security Secretary Lewis Schiliro, state legislators, and members of the Delaware chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors, Governor Markell will deliver remarks at the Annual Memorial Service held by the Delaware State Police in honor of all members of the police force who gave their lives in the line of service. St. Polycarp Church, 135 Ransom Lane, Smyrna
Monday, December 1st at 1:20 p.m.
Governor Markell will speak at an event highlighting Delaware’s significant progress in waste recycling . - Joined by Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary David Small, State Senator David McBride, Recycling Public Advisory Council Chair B.J. Vinton, Delaware Solid Waste Authority Chief of Business and Government Services Michael Parkowski, ReCommunity Regional Business Development Manager Robert Anderson, as well as other community partners, Governor Markell will highlight the state’s ranking as one of the nation’s leaders in recycling, through its Universal Recycling Law, policies, and programs, which have all resulted in positive impacts to Delaware’s economy and environment. Delaware Solid Waste Authority, 1101 Lambsons Lane, New Castle
Monday, December 1st at 2:30 p.m.
Governor Markell will attend an announcement about the EastSide Rising revitalization project. Joined by key business, economic, and government leaders, Governor Markell will speak at an event regarding the EastSide Rising housing improvement and community revitalization project. 8th & Bennett Streets, Eastside, Wilmington
Wednesday, December 3rd at 2:00 p.m.
Friday, December 5th at 2:00 p.m.
Governor Markell will provide a Guest Lecture for the Fels Institute of Government “The Art of Politics” Class. Fisher Bennett Hall, Fels Institute of Government, University of Pennsylvania, 3814 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA