CoDA Announcements: Please Share Our Email Lists With Your Meeting

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Subject: CoDA Announcements: Please Share Our Email Lists With Your Meeting
Date: March 5th 2016

This is a resending of a message that originally went out on 12/9/13; & was also resent on 12/7/14.

The contents of this email are from the 2013 CoDA Communications Committee.

Please let other members at your meeting know about our email lists; this is a great way to receive information & communication from CoDA!

Any CoDA member can sign up for the lists here:

And did you know that every email we've ever sent is archived on the website?

If you'd ever like to review an old email from any of the 4 lists (Announcements, Quarterly Service Report, Hospitals & Institutions, or Co-neccctions), Please go here:

& click on the blue title of the list you'd like to review. After clicking, you can browse or search. The archive goes all the way back to January 2010 for the QSR & December 2009 for the General CoDA Announcements list.

The CoDa Communications Comittee

You can review previous emails here:

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The purpose of this list is to share information with any & all CoDA members, especially that which may effect CoDA as a whole.

We will be sending out regular emails with CoDA events, announcements, issues & CoDA business of interest to both specific regions & to the entire CoDA fellowship.

Per the 2nd tradition, For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority, a loving higher power as expressed to our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern. Developing a group conscience requires an informed fellowship, & to be effective trusted servants those you've elected must know the group conscience of the fellowship.

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