Monthly Archives: October 2017

Saturday, November 11th, 2017

POTLUCK WILL BEGIN AT 5:30pm
Please Bring a side dish or dessert!
 
Hello Citywide Attendees and Supporters!
Our next Citywide meeting is
Saturday, November 11th
and we will hear another member
of Alcoholics Anonymous share
their experience, strength, and hope with us.
The information is listed below:

Lover’s Lane United Methodist Church

9200 Inwood Rd. 

Dallas, TX 75220

 
Saturday, November 11th, 2017
Speaker: Michael A./Dallas TX 
Sunday Morning Live
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Potluck begins at 5:30PM
Meeting begins at 7:00PM
REMINDER:
Due to our limited dishwashing space,
we request food be brought
in throw-away containers if at all possible.
We GREATLY appreciate everyone who brings food.
Thank you!!
The flyer is attached! Please post at your groups
and meetings or share this email.
If someone forwarded this email to you
and you would like to be added to the email list,
contact citywidedallasaa@ gmail.com and we will add you to the monthly blast.
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Just a reminder that the church provides Free childcare from 5:30-8:30.
The church will accommodate infants and children up to 12 years.
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If you would like to be of service at the meeting,
please come find Lydia, our Volunteer Coordinator,
or any of the volunteers when you arrive,
and we will direct you to her and plug you in. 🙂
Below are arrival times if you would like to help with any of the following:

3-3:30 Set up and start kitchen prep
4-4:30 Greeters and additional kitchen help
5-7:00 Greeters, kitchen, and ongoing cleanup until meeting start
8:15-8:45 Final clean up and break down
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*If anyone would like to commit 
to any of the volunteer spots listed above,
go to the ‘Email and Service Opportunities’ Table in the Lobby 
the night of the meeting to sign up and for any questions,
or you may email citywidedallasaa@gmail. com.
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Thank you Everyone for all of your support, attendance and service! 
“Without unity, the heart of A.A. would cease to beat;
our world arteries would no longer carry
the life-giving grace of God;
his gift to us would be spent aimlessly.”
~12&12 Tradition One, pg. 129