Jul. 09, 2024

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Jill Cooper (R-Westmoreland) is inviting constituents in the 55th District to her three upcoming free events.

The second wave of Cooper’s Dragon Egg Hunt is now underway. This event coincides with a resolution she has sponsored in the state House recognizing Aug. 17, 2024, as International Geocaching Day in Pennsylvania.

Cooper partnered with Dash Printworks, which has placed dragon eggs that can be searched for solo, as a family or with a team. People who find an egg are encouraged to read the enclosed note. Clues on where to find the eggs can be found at RepJillCooper.com, as well as on her Facebook and Instagram pages.

“This interactive event is a fun way to explore our local communities,” said Cooper. “We have had quite a few lucky winners, and I cannot wait to hear more about how the next batch of eggs are located.”

DISCLAIMER: Safety is paramount. Eggs will not be placed on private property or in locations that are dangerous or hazardous. If egg seekers find themselves in a hazardous environment or on private property, they should re-evaluate the clues and hints.

Her Community Health, Wellness and Career Fair is being held on Saturday, July 27, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Knead Café, Banquet on Barnes, 1011 Barnes St. in New Kensington. This free event is available to residents throughout the 55th District. Meet the organizations that serve the neighborhoods. There will also be a prize raffle and live bloodhound demonstration.

“Everyone has various needs, and community organizations in our region are dedicated to improving lives,” said Cooper. “Accessibility is key to help guide people in the right direction, and I am happy to bring everyone together to make this happen.”

Cooper will also be partnering with Summit Legal Aid for a free legal summit where constituents can learn about their rights and participate in an afternoon of community fun. It is taking place on Friday, Aug. 9, from 1-4 p.m. at Valley Points Family YMCA, located on 800 Constitution Blvd. in New Kensington. New Kensington and Westmoreland County residents are welcome to attend.

Pre-registration for the legal summit is encouraged for food planning, but not required. Those planning to attend can register by visiting the link here.

All attendees will be entered for a free basket raffle.

For any questions about these events, please contact Cooper’s district office at 724-387-9113.

Representative Jill Cooper
55th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: 717.260.6396
RepJillCooper.com / Facebook.com/RepJillCooper