Join us for first TOUGH TOPIC meeting. Exploring the topic of “Rejection” in our relationships. Speakers will share select readings from Al-Anon CAL. Bring your E S H- we need each other to heal and grow in Al-Anon.
The 45th Annual Erie, PA Spring Conference has been canceled. It was sponsored by Erie Area Central AA with Al-Anon participation. There will be 8 speakers as well as panels.
Please watch for registration flyers.
This event has been canceled.
Speakers from all sorts of service backgrounds will talk about how the experience has help them grow in serenity. Lunch and a light breakfast will be provided. Come and be inspired!
To help us plan for lunch, contact Ellen, (814) 954-2422, by April 18.
Topic: Stepping Stones to Recovery with four workshops:
1st 3 Steps
3 As: Awareness, Acceptance, Action
3 Cs: Didn’t Cause It, Can’t Control It, Can’t Cure It
3 Ms: Meetings, Meditation, Miracles
Over lunch is a lead by a regional speaker
The District 28 Sping into Recovery event has been canceled due to the Coronavirus.
Please join us for District 18’s 34th Annual Spring Workshop on May 2nd at Mt. Pleasant Church of God, 936 W. Main Street, Mt. Pleasant, PA. The day includes Breakfast, 4 Workshops, Catered Hot Lunch, and Speaker. Home Group Baskets/Door Prize donations welcomed. See you then!
Area World Service Committee meetings are for Officers, Coordinators, District Reps, Liaisons, and guests.
Register online today
Click here to get to the online registration.
Register by April 15 for Early-Bird Discount Pricing.
Click here to download the flyer and registration form. Print copies of the flyer/form and take them to your group. Spread the word and send a link to your Al-Anon friends.
Theme: Discovering Who I Am
Recovery is a journey of discovery. Before we came to Al-Anon or Alateen, many of us couldn’t answer the simple question, “Who am I?” But once we found the rooms and we started picking up the tools of the program — the Steps, slogans, our literature, sponsorship, service — we began the process of learning about ourselves.
At this year’s convention, we’ll continue that journey of discovery. We’ll work together — through workshops, listening to speakers, and sharing with each other at meetings and at meals. At times we might cry. At other times we might laugh. We’ll hug, we’ll share, we’ll listen — and together we can help each other heal and recover. And throughout the weekend together, we can try to help each other discover who we are.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in Selinsgrove on Friday, May 29.