Meet Rep. Gary Day

PA State Rep. Gary Day represents the 187th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Berks and Lehigh Counties.

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Rep. Day enjoyed reading to three different kindergarten classes at Weisenberg Elementary. He read the book, “On The First Day of Kindergarten,” written by Tish Rabe and illustrated by Laura Hughes.

The 187th Legislative District consists of part of BERKS County consisting of the TOWNSHIP of Maxatawny and the BOROUGHS of Kutztown and Lyons; and part of LEHIGH County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Heidelberg, Lowhill, Lynn, North Whitehall, Upper Macungie and Weisenberg.

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One out of ten Pennsylvania residents has unclaimed property waiting for them. Search the PA Treasury's unclaimed property database here.

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Day Invites Residents to Spotted Lanternfly Seminar

Jul. 26, 2019 /

NEW TRIPOLI – State Rep. Gary Day (R-Lehigh/Berks) is inviting local residents to join him Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Good Will Fire Company No. 1 in Trexlertown for a seminar about the spotted lanternfly and how it could affect them.

Day Votes for State Budget with No New or Increased Taxes

Jun. 25, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Gary Day (R-Lehigh/Berks) today in Harrisburg voted for a state budget bill approved by the House that would fund the core functions of state government without asking taxpayers to pay more through new or increased taxes.

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