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The new Traditions book, Guiding Principles: The Spirit of Our Traditions is NOW available from NAWS

Just a heads up that NAWS has published the new Traditions book after a 6yr+ process since its inception!  It is now avail for purchase from www.NA.org.  $11 per book, or $264/Hard Cover case-24ct or $440/Soft Cover‚  Case-40count + S&H.‚  GOTO:‚  http://na.org/?ID=OrderLiteratureOnline-NAW to order.

Bonner S, RD

 

FINAL DAY of WSC RD blog, Apr30, 2016

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Dy7: pr30, 2016

Last day of the Conference started t 10m, which was much needed since we broke after 1m earlier that day. We met in the risers for our “Moving forward” session which took just under 3hrs to present and encompasses how we’re going to do just that: move forward to 2018 and beyond. N is not unlike very big and slow moving ocean liner that requires lots time to turn it.

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Day6: Apr29, 2016 WSC RD Blog

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Day6: April29, 2016

 

Sorry for the late posting for this blog but yesterday was a very long day.  We started at 9:00am and went until about 1:15am this morning.  Trying to recap everything that happened would be almost impossible but there were highlights that are worth blogging about here.

The most powerful thing that happened yesterday was the seating of three new Brazil Regions: Grand Sao Paulo, HOW Region and Rio de Janeiro.  These motions passed all with overwhelming support of more than 110 regions voting in the affirmative.  There were no regions who spoke against the seating of these regions.

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Day 6 at WSC - by George BH - AD

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Day6: April29, 2016

 

Sorry for the late posting for this blog but yesterday was a very long day.  We started at 9:00am and went until about 1:15am this morning.  Trying to recap everything that happened would be almost impossible but there were highlights that are worth blogging about here.

The most powerful thing that happened yesterday was the seating of three new Brazil Regions: Grand Sao Paulo, HOW Region and Rio de Janeiro.  These motions passed all with overwhelming support of more than 110 regions voting in the affirmative.  There were no regions who spoke against the seating of these regions.

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WSC RD Blog Day5: Apr28

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Day5: April28, 2016

Day started at 9am in Break-Out Sessions where your RD & AD (RDA) were separated into different rooms. We focused first on Round2 of the Future of WSC. We sat in the section corresponding with our answer on Wednesday: No change? Zonal Seating? A change other than Zonal Representation?   I sat in Zonal Seating. We listed different ideas on how to move forward. The most popular one at my table was to use existing Zones for delegates at WSC, but divide the US into 4 zonal forums: NE/NW/SW/SE. Each Zone would have 5 delegates to the WSC. This would take regional splits/new regions into account and not have them affect the outcome. We then took sticky dots and placed them on our individual favorites. I voted for that one & another one created 7-10zones world-wide with delegates assigned per meeting population within the individual zonal forums.

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