An Erie notary and councilman-elect for Erie County’s 6th District, was arrested on Dec. 17 on charges of driving with a suspended license, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. It was his fifth arrest for driving with a suspended license.
An Associated Press article grabbing attention across the country cites Pennsylvania as having provisions in its state law that bans atheists from holding office, including the office of notary public.
The Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) is offering its First Time Notary and Everyday Notary Challenges seminars at various locations in January.
To our extended family of notaries. Have a joyous holiday. Our office will be closed on Dec. 24 and 25 so we may spend time with our families. The management and staff of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries.
Happy Thanksgiving to members of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries. Our office will be closed on Nov. 26 and 27 so that we may celebrate the holiday with our families.
PAN relies on E-mail to inform our members about everything from reappointment to changes in the notary public law.
More than 600 Pennsylvania attorneys have earned continuing legal education (CLE) credits through PAN’s First Time Notary, Everyday Notary Challenges or Reappointment seminars. Each seminar is worth three credit hours.
An Erie County notary with radical views of government will take a seat on Erie County Council in January.
It’s a well known fact that PAN customer service representatives (CSRs) are dedicated to PAN members.
It’s never too early to start celebrating Notary Public Day, Nov. 7.