It gives me great pleasure to personally invite you to join us next weekend for our Second Annual “Spring Fling!” Big Book Weekend with Bob D. (Las Vegas, NV). This will be an exciting and informative weekend for everyone as he takes us all through the “Big Book” of Alcoholics Anonymous at the Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport at Town Center (Exit 128 from I-75).
In addition, we have scheduled some “Early Bird” and “Night Owl” Open Discussion meetings with topics drawn from the pages of our beloved basic text. We will also have an AA Trivia Contest on Friday night, a Saturday night banquet with special guest speaker Phil H. (Largo, FL), and a DJ Dance later that same evening!
Watch this Video from an attendee from last year:
There is still plenty of space available for this weekend event and for the banquet so I hope you will join us! A registration flyer is attached with this letter for your convenience, and more information can be found on our website at http://www.serenityclubswfl.org. You can also register for the event online and/or click the link provided that will take you to the Holiday Inn’s reservation site if you would like to book a room with them.
Please feel free to call me on my personal cell phone at 239-776-6767239-776-6767 if you have any questions at all. As a past registrant at our Serenity Club conferences, I know you will enjoy reconnecting with other previous event attendees and sharing the fabulous Food, Fun, & Fellowship that we are so famous for!
The Serenity Club: A Beacon of Hope ~ Help Us Shine The Light!
Since 1996, The Serenity Club has offered hope and healing to alcoholics seeking recovery. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the AA community in Collier County. Located at 12435 Collier Boulevard, we host over 30 meetings each week, providing a critical service to those in need of help with a drinking problem. The geographic location of the club allows us to bring AA to Eastern Collier County. Transportation is limited in Collier County, and many of our attendees walk or ride a bike. Without the Serenity Club, many suffering alcoholics would not have the means to get to meetings in urban Naples where most other AA meetings are held.
Club members are very active in the larger AA community and are always on the lookout for ways to be of service. They routinely support treatment and corrections commitments, other district committees, and serve in a variety of service positions. Our Board meets the third Tuesday of each month at 8:15 p.m., and all members are encouraged to attend and participate.
Our members have worked very hard over the years to keep the doors open for the local recovery community. However, basket contributions have never covered the club’s expenses. To bridge the gap, Club members hold many wonderful events throughout the year, providing opportunities for fellowship and service, which raise funds to keep the Club operational. In addition to these efforts, membership support is essential to our growth. Club members assist us in sustaining our presence, and in our efforts to maintain and improve the appearance of the clubhouse.
We are grateful to our longstanding members for their continued support, and we hope you will join us in our efforts to shine the light of recovery where it is needed most. We know that AA changes people’s lives, and we need your help to be successful! This year’s annual Membership Drive kicks off April 1, 2013 with a goal of 40 new members in 30 days. With your help, the groups meeting at the Club will continue to carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers.
Please visit our website at www.serenityclubswfl.org to explore our many membership options and payment methods available. You can also call me at 207-557-2641 for more information.