Current meeting schedules
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We are doing a complete purge of the current printed phone list as we are running out of space.
If you’d like to be on the new list, even if you are on the list now, please visit this page to sign up
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An instruction book on how to operate the hybrid meeting equipment in Sunny Dunes has been put together. It’s a very simple process but it does require following a number of steps. If you already know how to use the equipment and are willing to be of service by teaching others how to navigate through the system, please put your name and number in the front of book, which is located in the podium at the front corner of the room.
To all Sunny Dunes members:
In May we were informed that our lease wouldn’t be renewed. The building is being torn down and a “fast food” type of business is coming in. They will be paying a premium rent, far beyond anything we could afford.
We have formed a search committee to look for and evaluate options for our new home. At the end of the process, a new lease is presented at the Steering Committee, each meeting will then vote and their secretary comes to the next Steering Committee and votes for their meeting, e.g. we all decide together.
To help us determine what would be a good central location for our new room, we want to collect the approximate home locations of our members and place them on a map of the entire area, thus we can try to find a new home central to most of us. If you’d like to submit your approximate home location to us, you can do so using the form here.
As we receive submissions from Sunny Dunes members, we’re mapping them on the Room Search Update page.
Sunny Dunes Executive Committee
Update from the AA Grapevine
Following the 2021 General Service Conference action, AA Grapevine, Inc. will be starting Instagram accounts for both AA Grapevine and La Viña magazines.
The Desert Lifeline
A publication of the Central Intergroup Office of the Desert
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The Desert Life Line is a publication sent out each month by Central Office for the entire Coachella Valley. If you would like to share your Experience, Strength and Hope on any of the 12 Steps, Traditions or Concepts for future publications, please submit to David Middleton, Manager Central office at email@example.com
Our 7th Tradition states:“Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.”
Please consider making a (regular) contribution to our Sunny Dunes Group.
Checks can be mailed to:
Sunny Dunes 5th Tradition Group
4711 East Palm Canyon Drive, Suite B
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Zelle payments: SunnyDunes5th@gmail.com | Paypal: Click this link to make a donation
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