Our second Town Hall meeting is tomorrow night, Thursday, July 16, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. We will resume our discussion on considerations for resuming in-person meetings with information on liability and technology for Hybrid meetings. We will also share updates from Intergroup and continue with an open dialog about working together as a community. Updates include some sneak previews and we hope to see many of our SF and Marin members in attendance. We will add additional content here, where the information from the June Town Hall is located, for you to reference during and after the meeting and for all who cannot attend.
While the majority of meetings remain closed – or remote, the IFAA Bookstore is still in operation! You may order literature, books and chips ONLINE at our website. Central Office is closed to walk-in customers, however we will ship (at a reduced rate) via UPS or make your order available for curbside pick up, Monday through Friday, from 10 AM to 4 PM. Please help us get the word out that this service, nor any of our others, have been interrupted.
The summary from our July Intergroup meeting is posted. Included are the IFAA financial reports through May 2020. The July issue of The Point has also been posted and, once again, includes an audio recording. The Point Committee is always looking for content; we’d love to read your stories of experience, strength and hope. Featured articles will be on H&I at Friendship House plus other locally written stories. More information can be found here.
In addition, several service committees will hold their monthly meetings in the second half of this month. Among them are SF H&I, IFAA Archives, SF Teleservice, Marin General Service, Marin PI/CPC, CNCA and the Marin Teleservice (Orientation & Business Meeting). And an advance heads up: the August Intergroup meeting will be on Wednesday, August 5, so mark your calendars! Additional information for each of these … and more … can be found on our Events Calendar.
For the love of dogbirds, please share this information with your social media communities and encourage your A.A. fellows to subscribe to The Buzz. All of our prior updates can be found here.
All decisions will be re-evaluated as the situation changes; we are doing our best and appreciate your support and understanding.
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