UPDATED: Open AA Meeting with Interpreter 10/11/14 – DFW

Oct 2014-CW-Dallas

UPDATED: Open AA Meeting with Interpreter 10/11/14 – DFW

This Saturday could be our most dynamic CityWide yet! We are expecting a huge turnout and a full house, partially because our speaker, Jennifer K. who got sober and lives here, is one of those infamous “circuit” types and is not to be missed! Super honest (and funny) about her “trudge” on the road of happy destiny.

We will have a new “service table” set up because we need new volunteers to help us keep CityWide strong and vibrant. Please consider joining the effort. All kinds of service opportunities are available, from Coordinators and Group Reps to emptying trash. Inquire here or at the table on Saturday.

Please join us creating Unity through Fellowship in Dallas. Bring something for the potluck which is from 5:00-6;30. The “SHOW” and it will be I promise, start at 7:00. Free childcare as usual!


Frank W.
CityWide Dallas Event Coordinator

REMINDER: Open AA Meeting 10/11/14 – DFW

A Monthly AA Event

Open meeting – all welcome

Seating for 600 plus

Speaker: Jennifer K. – Legacy Group

Sharing Her Story and Laughter

Saturday, October 11, 2014 (and every second Saturday)

Potluck Dinner @ 5:00 pm — Please Bring a dish

Speaker Meeting starts @ 7:00 pm and ends by 8:30 PM

Lover’s Lane United Methodist Church
9200 Inwood Rd.
Dallas, Texas 75220

Always – Free childcare 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM and sign language interpreter.

Please email us to be added to our mailing list for more information or service opportunities.

Email: [email protected] or call 972-834-3080

Unity through Fellowship

Citywide Dallas Coordinators

Due to the lack of participation by deaf members in City Wide Dallas AA, the provision of sign language interpreters will be discontinued as of November 2014. We will have an interpreter at the October 11 meeting and would very much like to see you there! If you have been attending and we are simply unaware of that, please email to [email protected] and let us know. Many thanks and appreciation to Grant Laird, Jr. for assisting in spreading the word. — Angela Williams

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