COR’s are reminded that the meeting today (at the Pink Building) is at 4 pm, rather than 6 pm, as in the past. And group sign-ups are still being accepted/encouraged for the Central Office “Anything-Over-Rice Cook-off”, to be held on October 7th at St. Barnabas Church.
And it’s not too late to sign up for the Cajun Country Conference!
Groups are invited / encouraged to sign up to compete for first place in the upcoming Anything Over Rice Cook-off event, to be held on Saturday, October 7th at St. Barnabas Church. Groups are asked to prepare enough to serve 20-25 people. Email Central Office (email@example.com) – or call: 337-991-0830.
Bragging rights are non-transferable, and good for life!
This Sunday, and going forward, the COR meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m., rather than at 6 pm. As discussed at the last meeting, this is due to the unavailability of our meeting space for our previous time slot.
The August issue of the Plug-in-Jug is now available here. The P-in-J is the monthly newsletter of the Acadiana Central Office, providing information on Office activities & AA events, personal stories and more about recovery in the Acadiana area.
Central Office has set the date for a fall event, the “Anything-over-Rice Cook-off“. Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 7th, and start thinking about how creative your group can be, in order to win the prize.
More details to follow.
Save the Date:
Saturday, December 16, 2017
Comeaux Recreation Center
More details to come
Download the ‘Save the Date’ flyer
The Central Office Representatives (COR’s) will meet as usual this coming Sunday, July 16 at 6 pm at the Pink Building (1119C Johnston Street (Behind Domino’s), Lafayette, LA). The meeting Agenda is available on the COR Resources page.
Note that one item is discussion of a possible change of time for the COR meeting.
And don’t forget LASCYPAA XXXIII
July 14 – 16th – Baton Rouge, LA
The June issue of the Plug-in-Jug is now available here. The P-in-J is the monthly newsletter of the Acadiana Central Office, providing information on Office activities, AA events and more about recovery in the Acadiana area.