CoDA: You’re invited to the fellowship forum February 10, 9AM pacific

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Subject: CoDA: You’re invited to the fellowship forum February 10, 9AM pacific
Date: January 17th 2018

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All CoDA members are invited to attend a skype meeting/call (either way) to discuss “What do I do when I don’t like my meeting” plus other topics that may come up from the attendees. We are calling this a (facilitated) fellowship forum, and will have several of these during the year on various topics, suggested by members of the fellowship. The facilitator will share experience, strength and hope on the topic, and the call will then be opened to the attendees for any questions or sharing they may have.


To participate in the fellowship forum, please send an email to with your first name, last initial, and email address and an invitation will be sent to you the day before the call.


Thank you,


CoDA Board of Trustees


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