Representative Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) has announced the details of her upcoming State of the Sixth Town Hall happening on Monday, Jan. 23 at The Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville. Doors will open at 5:30 PM and the event will begin at 6 PM.
This is the fourth year Houlahan has held the signature event, including one year virtually, to share updates on her work on behalf of Chester and Berks Counties, hear directly from constituents, and answer their questions.
“Engaging with members of our community is one of the greatest privileges of my service to the families and businesses in Chester and Berks Counties,” said Houlahan. “As we head into 2023, I’m thrilled to again host my State of the Sixth Town Hall and hope to see new and old faces alike.”
Houlahan added: “In the last year alone, Congress has made leaping progress in addressing the semi-conductor chip shortage, improving health care benefits for veterans, rebuilding our roads, bridges, and broadband, and so much more. While we have a lot to celebrate, it certainly doesn’t mean our work is done. Our office continues to advocate for constituents—securing last minute passport appointments, expediting delayed tax refunds, and inquiring into slow mail service, just to name a few examples. We will discuss all of this and more as we not only reflect on the past year but also look toward the months ahead.”
The event will consist of a ceremonial swearing-in, presentation, and live Q&A. Judge Analisa Sondergaard will be officiating the oath of office. The Q&A will be moderated by Phoenixville Mayor Peter Urscheler.
Read highlights of Houlahan’s accomplishments during the 117th Congress here. Members of the community can RSVP here. There is limited on-street parking and additional parking available in public lots.
Learn more about the Colonial Theatre.