April 9, 1998
1998 Pennsylvania Waste Watcher Award
The Recycling Center was the recipient of the Materials Recovery Facility Award .
Pictured left to right: John Monn, Sherry Deibert, Township Manager - Michael Christopher
presents award to Jerry Reed – Township Recycling Coordinator, Gene Richardson,
Frank Hettenschuller and Shirley Hettenschuller.
Presentation by the Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield to County Commissioners and Janet Pollard for their support of the Battlefield.
From left to right: Commissioner Robert Ziobroski, Director of Franklin County Tourism Janet Pollard,
Commission David Keller, Commission Bob Thomas, Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield Chair Alicia Miller,
Washington Township Historian John A. Miller and Washington Township Supervisor Dick McCracken.
The Washington Township Police Department will be accepting resumes until close of business Sept. 19, 2014 for testing to establish a police officer eligibility list to fill open positions. The testing procedure will include a physical ability test, written test, and an interview before an oral board. All applicants must be 21 years of age. There will be a $35 non-refundable processing fee due at the time of filing the resume (check or money order payable to Washington Township). Starting salary is $47,170. EOE. Please send resume and processing fee to:
Washington Township Police Department
13013 Welty Road, Waynesboro, PA 17268-9511
August addition to the Battlefield Museum
Thank you Owl’s Nest #1073 for the donation!
The Paul K. and Anna E. Shockey Family Foundation contributed $50,000 to the Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield to continue their work with the construction of the museum.
Front - L to R: John Miller – Township Historian,
Alicia Miller~Chairperson, Battlefield Board of Directors, Ken and Bonnie Shockey
Rear – L to R: Richard McCracken – Township Supervisor, Michael Christopher – Township Manager,
Battlefield Board of Directors – R. Lee Royer, Steve Patterson and John Gorman
Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Program
Officer Terry DeWitt and the Washington Township Police Department
with a Certificate of Appreciation for their outstanding contribution to the
Aggressive Driving Enforcement Program in 2013.
Left to Right: Chief Keller, Officer Terry DeWitt,
Lindsay Deppen – PA Law Enforcement Liaison Region 2,
Stewart McCleaf - Vice Chairman Washington Township Board of Supervisors
and Michael A. Christopher – Township Manager.
Washington Township Supervisors would like to invite the community to the
Rededication of the Rouzerville Memorial
Please join us at 7:00 PM at Red Run Park
Wednesday, June 11th.