The Region 3 “12th-Step-Within” committee would like you to know that free downloads of OA’s Twelve Step Podcast are available here on the OA website.
Theme: Growing Recovery Worldwide
Dates: April 23-28, 2018
Embassy Suites Albuquerque Hotel and Spa
1000 Woodward Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Reservations are now open. Rooms are available from April 19 to May 2, 2018. Room rate is $141 USD per night, any occupancy, plus $18.77 USD tax, for a total of $159.77 USD per night. Rate includes breakfast, refrigerator, microwave, Internet, and dinner shuttles.
Click here to go to the conference webpage for more information on reservations and frequently used documents.
Holiday time can be a real challenge to our abstinence and recovery. Between the food, the family, the parties, the food, the pressure to choose gifts, the out-of-town visits during which we’re out of the daily recovery routine, and the food…well, let’s just say a little extra support couldn’t hurt.
The Sunday night meeting will once again sponsor meetings on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. All meetings will be held at Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital. The schedule will be as follows:
Thanksgiving Day noon Aspen room
Thanksgiving Day 6 pm, Aspen room
Christmas Eve 6 pm, Willow room
Christmas Day noon, Aspen room
Christmas Day 6 pm, Aspen room
New Year’s Eve 6 pm, Willow room
New Year’s Day, noon, Aspen room
New Year’s Day 6 pm, Aspen room
We’ll need people to lead these meetings, so be on the lookout for leader sign-up sheets circulating in weeks to come. Leaders will receive a packet with instructions and a meeting format. Thanks in advance for helping out.
If you have questions or want to help, please contact Kathy M at 730-6788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Election of CNMI Board Members and Committee Chairs – October 14, 2017
I’m happy to announce that the following CNMI members were elected to serve as Board Members and Committee Chairs at today’s Intergroup meeting. Each of these individuals will serve a two-year term, except as noted.
Vice Chair – Kathy M
Treasurer – Howie S
WSBC Delegate – Pat O
Regional Representative – Pat O
Regional Representative (one-year term) – Linda Z
Archivist: Jim G
Newsletter: Anna Charirose L
Outreach: Mary C-W
Public Information/Professional Outreach: Don J
Website: Whitney F.G.
Special Events Co-Chair (Acting): Carol Sm
Please join me in congratulating these members on their election and thanking them for their service.
Mary S – CNMI Chair
New Public Information Poster Now Available
OA’s new Public Information Poster—the winner of OA’s first PI Poster Contest—is now available at bookstore.oa.org.
Packaged in sets of twenty, the professionally printed poster has easy-tear, perforated tabs, guiding newcomers to OA’s Fifteen Questions via oaquiz.org. There is also space to add your meeting’s location and contact details. Increase awareness of OA and attract newcomers to your meeting. Order posters for your intergroup or service board today.
Carry the OA message with our new Bulletin Board Attraction Sticky Notes
Tell people in your area about OA—stick a note! Post an OA Sticky Note on the notice board in a grocery store, school, or any public place. Each 3”x 5” notepad has 25 sheets with an adhesive strip and a space to write in local meeting information. Available now in the OA bookstore at bookstore.oa.org.
Men, are you looking for a little more support in our mostly female fellowship? One of our male members highly recommends ‘men only’ phone meetings. Attached is a PDF with all the information you need to connect to these strong, ‘for men only’ meetings, click here and print it: oa men only mtg info
Here is the report that our delegate, Frank L., submitted after attending the World Service Business Conference, May 1-6-2017. It’s in PDF format so that you can print it out if you like, but it’s long so you might want to read it from here. Thanks Frank for keeping us up to date on what’s happening with OA worldwide.
Click here: WSBC Delegate Report – Frank
check out the link to our new Facebook page:
We still need your help to raise our page’s profile. If you haven’t already done so, please visit us and “Like” our page. With each “Like,” the number of page followers goes up and helps carry the message to the still-suffering overeater searching for a solution. (See OA’s Statement on Public Media Policy below.)
Our new social media page is also a place to support your abstinence, hear about OA resources, read inspirational quotes from OA-approved literature — and see what others like. Visit us today!
Overeaters Anonymous Statement on Public Media Policy:
While Overeaters Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues, including social media, the delegates of the 2016 World Service Business Conference recommend that any OA member, group, or service body using social media for OA public information and public awareness maintain the personal anonymity of OA members.
Members of Overeaters Anonymous are anonymous. The Fellowship is not. Members of Overeaters Anonymous using social media are responsible for maintaining their own personal anonymity and respecting the anonymity of other OA members.
Been Slipping and Sliding?
Click on the link below for a new reading & writing tool.
At this time of year especially, many members within the Fellowship as well as many who have tried but given up in the past, want to try again and motivate themselves to be healthier and happier in the new year.
Try this wonderful new tool that is now available for download and work it with a Sponsor, a Sponsee, or a Program Buddy.
Remember, this is a “WE” Program!
Start a TSW Committee in your area NOW!
This message is from the Region 3
Twelfth-Step-Within Committee (TSW),
reaching out to those who still suffer and
to address relapse and recovery!
Keep Coming Back, It Works When You Work It,
And You’re Worth!