Birmingham Unitarian Church

Special Education Town Hall w/ Congresswoman Stevens

Saturday, January 18, 2020 - 2:00pm

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On Saturday, January 18 at 2pm, Congresswoman Haley Stevens (MI-11) will hold a town hall discussion in Michigan's 11th District focused on special education issues. The event is free and open to the public.

WHAT: Special Education Town Hall with Congresswoman Haley Stevens

WHEN: 2:00pm, Saturday, January 18

WHERE: Birmingham Unitarian Church, 38651 Woodward Ave, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304


  • Congresswoman Haley Stevens
  • Karen Olex, Executive Director of Special Education, Oakland County Schools
  • Rachelle Vartanian, President and Founder, Living & Learning Enrichment Center
  • Robert Gains III, President, Farmington Education Support Professionals Association
  • Angela Tyszka, Chairwoman, Oakland Schools Parent Advisory Committee for parents of students with individualized education programs

To submit a question to be answered at the town hall, follow this link:

We are seeking to hear from those with special education needs, their parents, teachers, and employers to learn more about their experiences. Please share your personal stories regarding special education here:

To verify whether you reside within the 11th district, please visit:


Health Care Town Hall - Bloomfield Hills

Saturday, September 9, 2017 - 1:00pm


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The Michigan Democratic Party and Indivisible groups around the state are teaming up for a series of town halls as the debate over how to change the nation's health care system continues in Congress. 

Bloomfield Hills

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, September 9

Birmingham Unitarian Church, 38651 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills

Michigan Democratic Party Chair Brandon Dillon said the events are meant to educate people about the questions they have regarding potential changes to health care and continue discussions on how to protect their benefits. 

"We will never stop fighting against GOP efforts to eliminate protections for people with pre-existing conditions or their plan to allow insurance premiums to skyrocket, especially for seniors," Dillon said.