Welcome to Sunny Dunes 5th Tradition Web Site!

Next Steering Committee meeting- Feb 8th, 2021

Monday, 6:30pm – Feb 8th, 2021

Meeting ID:   907-5838-761Password: 12345

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Chairperson: Gerard K.

Secretary:  Stephani O.

Treasurer: Gary P.

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The Sunny Dunes Steering Committee had a special meeting on Monday evening, 1/25/2021, at 6:30 pm.

  1. Congratulations to Todd S., our new webmaster. Special thanks to Ken M., former webmaster, for 8 years of superior service.
  2. We now have closed captioning available for all Zoom meetings. Thank-you Kyle M. for making this possible.
  3. As concerns reopening the Sunny Dunes Meeting Room, the following was decided. California just lowered us down to the purple tier. When we get down to the red tier, and are there for 2 weeks, we will automatically reopen.

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Special thanks to Rick Noll, and Bryan Duke for their service!

Sunny Dunes 5th Tradition (In-House Meetings)

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:

IN-ROOM MEETINGS CANCELLED!

The 7th Tradition states: “Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.” While contributions cover each group’s rent and other expenses”

We will update as COVID-19 Pandemic Improves

(If interested in taking on a Secretary commitment in the room

please complete the “SD COVID Secretary” application.)  ON HOLD!

Secretaries must have a minimum six months sobriety.

SPECIAL NOTICE:

Our 7th Tradition states:“Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.”

As you can imagine, AA contributions are now falling off sharply. Our meeting room may be empty, but the rent still needs to be paid. 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, Ste. B

Palm Springs, CA 92264

Zelle payments: SunnyDunes5th@gmail.com

Paypal: Click on this Link to Donate to Sunny Dunes!

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