TAYLOR, Mich. (May 19, 2021) — Sen. Erika Geiss invites members of the community to join her for a virtual coffee hour Thursday evening with Wayne County Chief Operating Officer Genelle M. Allen and Dr. Oluwaferanmi O. Okanlami, the Interim Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at the University of Michigan Medical System. The discussion will center around the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Senate District 6.
This online event is an excellent way for residents to be able to meet and speak with the senator from the safety of their home. The event is open to the public, but registration is required for security purposes. Registration closes at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, May 19.
Details are below.
WHAT: Get Informed with Geiss Virtual Coffee Hour
WHEN: Thursday, May 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 PM
WHERE: Online Zoom meeting streamed to Sen. Geiss’ Facebook page
Senate District 6 residents can use this form to RSVP to Thursday’s coffee hour and to receive a Zoom link to join the meeting. Registration deadline is Wednesday, May 19 by 5:00 PM. You will be emailed a link to the meeting, along with any other necessary information, prior to the event.
For more information, call the senator’s office at (517) 373-7800 or send an email to SenEGeiss@senate.michigan.gov.
Sen. Geiss represents the 6th Senate District located in Wayne County that includes the cities of Belleville, Flat Rock, Rockwood, Romulus, Taylor, and Westland, and the townships of Brownstown (part), Huron, Sumpter, and Van Buren.
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