The commissioner shared scrambled eggs, sausage links and fruit with Parkesburg residents enjoying the wonderful community breakfast served by Jim Lantz and the Parkesburg Word of Faith Church at the VFW on Fourth Avenue on the third Saturday each month.
Costello, who lives in West Chester, spoke with seniors (above) about living and shopping in Parkesburg and Chris Smith about the merger last Spring of the Pomeroy, Parkesburg and Atglen fire companies into the Keystone Valley Fire Department.
He also expressed excitement about The Point’s new Main Street building and reminded listeners of the County’s $800,000 contribution to The Point’s development and construction.
Costello’s visit Saturday morning marked the second time in as many weeks the Commissioner spent time in the Octorara region. Last Saturday Costello took part in the Atglen Community Days.