CoDA Fellowship Forum, This Sunday 4/29: What to do if I don't like my meeting

 
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Subject: CoDA Fellowship Forum, This Sunday 4/29: What to do if I don't like my meeting
Date: April 27th 2018

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CoDA Fellowship Forum, 4/29, 3pm/Pacific, 6pm/EST: What to do if I don't like my meeting

 

Dear CoDA Members,

 
On Sunday, April 29th, the topic of the next  Fellowship Forum will be 'What to do if I don't like my meeting.'
All are welcome but we do need you to sign up ahead of time.

If you have not already signed up for the Forum, please send an email to codaff@coda.org to be added to the list of those who will be attending.

 
In service,
Secretary,
CoDA Board

 

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