Category: Coordinators

0

From your Alateen Coordinator

We will be scheduling workshops for new and recertifying Alateen Group Sponsors throughout the fall months. Some Districts are in dire need now. An opportunity for AMIAS to share with each other will begin...

0

Anonymity –Three Components

[dropcap]I[/dropcap] participated in a conference call with a number of Public Information and Institution coordinators as well as officers from the WSO on Saturday. The topic “How do I maintain anonymity at the level...

0

From the Archives

At the last Assembly of May 16th I gave a report of our first Illinois Assembly of Dec 3, 1960 in Forest Park, Il.. At that time there were eighteen “Committeemen” representing about three...

0

Conferences and Events

AT&T’s Hispanic/Latino Employee AssociationHealth Fair-June 18th, 2015-Chicago, Illinois International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers-July 8th, 2015-Warrenville, Illinois National Association Of Social Workers-October, 2015-Wheeling, Illinois Public Outreach Coordinator Illinois North, Panel 55

0

From your CPC/PI Coordinator

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]ike the movement of a glacier, we may not recognize our progress right away, but the effects of working the Al-Anon program are profound and lasting. No matter how hopeless we may feel in...

0

Can We Flourish In Al-Anon?

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n simple terms, the Seventh Tradition points out one of the corner stones of the Al-Anon program of recovery. When individual members and groups understand that they are responsible for their own survival and...

0

e-Cal

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]o you use an e-Reader? If so you might be interested to know what CAL is available to read electronically. If not, it’s still important info to share at meetings.   HAVING HAD A...

0

From the Archives

This month I would like to share some notes from our vibrant past. At our January Assembly of 1976 in McHenry, Illinois our delegate, introduced a guest speaker from the New York World Service...