State Rep. Parke Wentling represents the 7th House District in northwestern Pennsylvania, which covers portions of Mercer County.

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The 7th Legislative District consists of part of MERCER County consisting of the CITIES of Farrell, Hermitage and Sharon and the TOWNSHIPS of Greene, Hempfield, Lackawannock, Pymatuning, Shenango, South Pymatuning and West Salem and the BOROUGHS of Clark, Greenville, Jamestown, Sharpsville, West Middlesex and Wheatland.

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Wentling Announces $100,000 Grant for Penn-Northwest’s Homegrown Initiative

Feb. 16, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Parke Wentling (R-Mercer) announced that Penn-Northwest Development Corporation has been awarded $100,000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. It’s for Penn-Northwest’s “Homegrown Initiative,” a program working to retain top young talent in Mercer County.

Nearly $236,000 for Lawrence Mercer Manufacturers Coalition, Wentling Says

Feb. 15, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Parke Wentling (R-Mercer) announced today the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry has awarded $235,786 to the Lawrence Mercer Manufacturers Coalition (LMMC). The LMMC is a partnership between several manufacturers in Mercer and Lawrence counties working to collaborate with schools and community organizations to show off the rewarding manufacturing careers available in the two counties.

Wentling Announces Nearly $80,000 for Mercer County Career Center

Feb. 08, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Parke Wentling (R-Mercer) announced Mercer County Career Center has been awarded $79,546 as part of a program to purchase new equipment to help train students in high-demand occupations through career and technical education programs. Eligible school districts and career and technical centers needed to administer eight or more programs approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

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