PA State Rep. Donna Scheuren represents the 147th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Montgomery County. Scheuren serves on the House Transportation, Professional Licensure, and Commerce Committees. In Commerce, she is the Republican Chair of the Subcommittee on Automation and Technology.

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The 147th District consists of part of MONTGOMERY County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Douglass, Franconia (part), Lower Frederick, Lower Salford, New Hanover, Upper Frederick, Upper Pottsgrove and Upper Salford.

The 147th District encompasses the school districts of Souderton Area School District, Perkiomen Valley School District, Pottsgrove School District and Boyertown Area School District.

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Grants Awarded to Local Fire, EMS Companies, Announces Scheuren

Feb. 14, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Donna Scheuren (R-Montgomery) today announced nine fire and EMS companies that serve the 147th District are set to receive grants from the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and Office of the State Fire Commissioner (OSFC).

Scheuren Applauds Girl Scout’s Agreement to Preserve Camp Laughing Waters

Jan. 05, 2024 /

HARRISBURG- Rep. Donna Scheuren (R-Montgomery) congratulated the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania on finalizing a deal with Natural Lands, a conservation organization, to preserve 458 acres of land in Montgomery County operated by the Girl Scouts. The property is the single largest privately owned property in Montgomery County.

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