The Buzz | April 2, 2021

The Point‘s April Issue is Posted!

Check out the freshest content submitted by your very own fellow A.A.’s right here,
in the April issue of The Point. Enjoy!

The Importance of Not Caring Too Much – Brian C.
“Sometimes it’s better to not care too much. Really. Caring too much can destroy friendships, screw with your serenity and mess up your sleep schedule. I know: it’s happened to me.”

+ Much, Much More!

Read | Listen @ aasfmarin.org/the-point

 
Service Opportunities This Week

  • Technology Committee meets on Monday.

  • SF Bridging the Gap Committee meets on Tuesday.

  • Twelve Concepts Study is on Tuesday.

  • Intergroup Orientation and Business Meeting is on Wednesday.

Tuesday Chip Speakers for April

Hey y’all, check out the April lineup for the Tuesday Chip meeting (based out of Marin)! You’ll see the list of speakers in the awesome flyer below.

Reminder: Pre-conference Assembly This Weekend!

Trusted Servants, this is a friendly reminder that this weekend is your Pre-conference Assembly, where GSRs can directly deliver to our Area Delegate their group consciences on the 71st Conference Agenda Items! See here or click the flyer below for details.

Save the Date: IFAA Google Account Workshop!

Mark your calendars for this Google Account Workshop, to be hosted by the IFAA Tech Committee on Thursday, April 22nd, from 7-8:30pm PST.
The focus of the workshop is to inform meetings in San Francisco and Marin that are utilizing free Google Accounts, provided by IFAA for their meetings, of the tools available to them and how to leverage them effectively. See the flyer below for details!

All Aboard the Sober Train!


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