Poverty panel

PANEL — Adams County Democracy for America (DFA) panelists Harriet Marritz, Yeimi (Jamie) Gagliardi, Leon Reed, Steve Niebler, Lily Pena, and Jenine Weaver discuss poverty in Adams County.

Adams County Democracy for America (DFA) hosted a panel discussion on poverty in Adams County at Valentine Hall on the Gettysburg Seminary campus on Wednesday evening.

The meeting was hosted by DFA chair Will Lane and organized by DFA poverty taskforce chair Leon Reed.

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James Rife

"Wellspan Health educator Yeimi (Jamie) Gagliardi, who works with the immigrant community in the county, said poverty is acute for immigrants. “Six thousand Hispanic individuals live in Adams County, making low wages,” she said." --So how many of these are illegal aliens?

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