Seeking Workshop Leader for the 2016 International CoDA Convention

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Subject: Seeking Workshop Leader for the 2016 International CoDA Convention
Date: July 17th 2016

The contents of this email are from the CoDA Events Committee

The CoDA Events Committee is inviting you to share your experience, strength and hope by presenting a workshop at the 2016 International CoDA Convention in Phoenix, AZ on October 21 or 22, 2016.

This is a great way to give back in service what you have received in recovery from Co-Dependence. We ask that your topic be your experience, strength and hope using the 12 Steps, or 12 Traditions or this year’s theme, “Fun Under the Sun”. If you would like to lead a workshop, send an email to Subject: Workshops.

Please include the following information: workshop title, your first name, last initial, city, state, email address and phone number.

If interested or have questions, please send an email to Subject Workshops.

Thank You, The Events Committee

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