Living Clean: The Journey Continues, our newest Fellowship-approved book, is available in hard and softcover. Both are selling for $8.75. The limited numbered commemorative edition is still available and priced at $30. The commemorative edition of Just for Today is also still available at $30.
We have electronic versions of the Basic Text, Sponsorship, and It Works: How and Why available. These are available on Amazon and the iTunes store with links on our website.
WCNA 35: As we celebrate 60 years of recovery (our diamond anniversary) at this world convention in Philadelphia, we will certainly be living the theme, “The Journey Continues.” Early registration has ended. Pre-registration is now available at $89; onsite will be $99. We need your help to effectively plan for this event so please pre-register. If you need flyers or postcards for your meeting, please just ask and they will be sent to you free of charge, or you can download a one-page flier from www.na.org/wcna. Hotel rooms have been moving quickly but continue to be added to our block and are still available. Visit www.na.org/wcna for updates.
Service System: We are continuing to field test GSUs and LSUs. If you are trying any aspect of the proposals such as GSUs, CBDM, etc. please share your experience with us at email@example.com. The more help we can have translating the ideas in the proposals to actual practice on a local level, the easier it will be for us to frame a transition plan to present at WSC 2014. Updates about the project will be posted online as they are available: www.na.org/servicesystem
WSC Discussion: We are considering a couple of specific proposals pertaining to the WSC. They are the elimination of automatic delegate funding to the WSC and alternate delegate attendance. We want to encourage you to read the report on page 6 of this NAWS News and to forward your thoughts to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Traditions Book Project: We have been receiving input from those who have held fellowship workshops using the session profile that can be found at www.na.org/traditions. The ideas and materials you have been sending will help make this book a valuable resource for the fellowship. A discussion board for the project will be available no later than April of this year; you will be able to find a link and can continue to submit input through the project webpage at www.na.org/traditions.
An Introduction to NA Meetings is out for review and input from the fellowship until 30 April 2013. A project plan was presented at WSC 2012 to have this piece put through the Fellowship-approval process so it can be published as an informational pamphlet. Materials can be found and input submitted through the project webpage at www.na.org/intro. An approval draft will be included in the 2014 CAR.
Online Webinars—sharing experience: Participation in our online webinars has increased, and we would like to encourage more area and regional chairpersons to participate. The areas of service we would like to bring together are conventions, H&I, and PR. If you would like to join us and discuss issues and solutions with others who are serving in these areas, please send your name, email address, trusted servant position, and region and/or area to email@example.com for conventions; HandI@na.org for H&I servants; and PR@na.org for PR/PI trusted servants.
Contributions: We are committed to providing services worldwide; all of us love NA and are proud that the Fellowship is in 129 countries. Let’s reflect that love and pride in our actions and contribute financially through our portal at www.na.org/contribute.
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