Hello ACA-ers! The previous post stated that all can vote in ACA elections. That post has been corrected to reflect that ONLY ACA Intergroup members can vote during these elections. If you are interested in doing service by becoming a part of Intergroup, please feel free to stop into one of our meetings. They are the first Monday of every month from 5:30-7:00pm at the Alano Club. We meet in the small room downstairs between the restrooms.
On Monday, May 5th the ACA Intergroup will be having its yearly elections for trusted servants. Intergroup Members – Please come and extend your vote at 5:30pm on Monday, May 5th at the Alano Club. Anyone else interested in seeing what Intergroup is all about – please come join us. We meet in the small room downstairs near the bathrooms. See you then! **This post has been changed to reflect that only Intergroup Members can vote for elections. If you are interested in becoming a member of Intergroup, please stop into our monthly meeting, every first Monday of the month at 5:30 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is an unofficial announcement that there are a couple of informal, impromptu ACA non sponsored fun events that are planned for this weekend in the local Portland area. Very, very informal and just for the fun of getting out and doing something with people we can feel safe to adventure with.
1st Event: Saturday night 11:59 pm show of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
We’ll meet at 11:30pm outside the Clinton Street Theatre. It is $8.00 to get in and their website has lots of info about it, including directions to it and theatre approved props that can be brought to participate in the fun that goes on while the movie plays. The website is: http://www.cstpdx.com.
2nd Event: Sunday at 2pm, meet up at Cathedral Park (under the St. John’s Bridge) and we’ll hike across the St. Johns bridge and up into Forest Park. Directions to Cathedral Park from Hwy 30 are to take the St. Johns bridge across the Willamette, take a left at the light, take another immediate left onto N. Alta. Travel down the hill (2 blocks) and take a left again on Willamette. There is parking under the St. John’s bridge on the right. If you want an address to put into the GPS or phone map app, use the Burgerville address of 8671 N. Ivanhoe Street, Portland 97203. It sits on the corner of N. Alta that you’ll want to take to go down the hill to under the bridge.
Thank you to all who came to the recent panel discussion on Boundaries and Bullies, and especially to our presenters Mimi and Roy. They came with funny hats, lots of stories, scientific data, and insights about setting boundaries and Identifying bullying. So many people came together to make this happen – it was truly a team effort! Mimi and Roy recorded the event and will be sending their video to us within the next few weeks. Once the video/audio becomes available, it will be posted here on the ACA site.
A generous ACA member would like to offer gas money to someone attending the upcoming retreat. You deserve it! If you’d like to take Tina up on her offer, please send an email to her at:
Hello ACA groups! The local Portland ACA Intergroup is requesting donations from your group. If you have funds in excess or would like to pass an extra basket with your normal 7th Tradition, please consider donating to the Intergroup. Funds help to pay for ACA events, such as Speaker/Panel Discussions, Holiday Celebrations, and the ability to purchase books from
the Alano Club. Your support from your local groups is what keeps us healthy and self-supporting. If you would like to donate (personally or from your group), please notify your ACA group representative or send an email to email@example.com
The ACA Intergroup will be hosting a panel discussion on Healing From
Grief. We are searching for ACA members who would like to share their experience, strength, and hope for 10-15 minutes on the topic “healing from grief”. The event will take place on Saturday, June 21st from 3:30-5:30 in NW Portland. If you are interested or want to know more, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sharing your recovery is a gift to all.