Our Dallas Metroplex Intergroup has an urgent appeal for the following service positions:
Public information committee chair: 90 day abstinence requirement
Letters of Hope committee chair: 90 day abstinence requirement
Tri County representative: 90 day abstinence requirement
Delegate & Alternate Delegate :1 year abstinence + 2 years service above the group level
Convention Chair for 2020 : 90 days abstinence, serve 1 year
Workshop : 90 days abstinence, serve 1 year
Please consider doing service if you have the abstinence requirements listed. You can nominate yourself when you attend the next meeting: Sunday, August 18, 2019 at the Dallas Metroplex Intergroup Office, 331 Melrose, Suite 120 Richardson, TX 75080
Click here for the duties description in our Policy Manual.
If you have any questions contact Dianne at firstname.lastname@example.org or Penni at email@example.com.
The Overeaters Anonymous Central New Mexico Intergroup is sponsoring a Silent Retreat on October 25-27, 2019 at the Pecos Benedictine Monastery. We’ll be exploring our theme of Living the Promises with meetings and sharing and in silence together.
Click here for the brochure with full details and schedule!
Important Notice – the tri-county newsletter editor recently lost the entire mailing list for the newsletter. If you previously unsubscribed, please let her know again and she will remove your name. If you know of someone who would like the newsletter but did not receive this January issue, please let them know to send a new request to firstname.lastname@example.org and she will get their name added back.
Click here for “Looking Up” newsletters.
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received notice from : Newsletter Editor, Tri-County Intergroup, Fort Worth, Texas
Looking Good Denver! Check out this website- OAdenver.org! You can listen to these speakers anytime! And it’s FREE~! Thank you Central Colorado OA Intergroup! Click here to listen today!
There is hope and help for you today! Here’s a great reading and writing tool that is available Free for you! Click here for the worksheet. Our program works if you work it. This worksheet has been updated and revised in July 2018. Thank you OA world service for all you do to help us recover.
Are you interested in creating a strong meeting?
Our World Service delegates answered a questionnaire regarding what makes a Strong meeting. Click here for that summary.
You can ask your own membership to answer these these questions and talk about making changes during your next group conscious meeting.
Question #1: Think about an OA meeting you attend regularly that strengthens your recovery, shares helpful experience and gives you renewed hope. Consider the possible characteristics of a meeting listed below and indicate if your meeting includes them. Mark “HAS” if it does, “Does NOT Have” if it is not a feature of your meeting, or Not Sure
- Growing (more members)
- Abstinent members
- Evidence of physical recovery
- Available sponsors
- Focus on OA recovery using the 12 Steps
- Regular group conscience meetings (business meetings)
- Fellowship before/after the meeting
- Represented at Intergroup
- Service positions are filled
- Traditions are followed
Question #2: Now pick just 3 of these traits you think contribute the most to making this meeting a strong meeting.