STEP Celebrates New Facilities

LOCK HAVEN, Dec. 17, 2011 –State Sen. John Wozniak (pictured center right) this fall helped cut the ribbon for the STEP organizations new Clinton County Community Center (CCCC) that houses a new senior center for the Lock Haven area, as well as the local HeadStart pre-school.  The Senator helped secure $2 million in state funding to support the overall $5.5 million project to renovate a long-vacant former Kmart store into the new center.

The Senator, left, and State Rep. Mike Hanna at right, posed with several senior center guests after receiving plaques of recognition for their support of the community project.

Senator Wozniak and Rep. Mike Hanna are the recipients of STEPs 2011 Public Service awards, which recognize public officials, organizations or groups that have positively impacted the mission of STEP.  The legislators were recognized for their support of STEPs new Clinton County Community Center. Pictured during the awards presentation at STEPs annual dinner are, from left:  STEP executive director Terry Roller, Rep. Hanna, Senator Wozniak and recently retired STEP executive director Janet Alling.