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(This is an archived webpage representing SJIS-sponsored events prior to SJIS closure on Sep 21, 2018.)


SJIS Sponsored Events:

Al-Anon Participation at AA Area 45 Convention

SJIS Spring Workshop

SJIS Fall Luncheon


Service is how to claim the joy of the program!

We encourage our members to volunteer with these events. There are so many jobs, both big and small, each essential to the success of an event.

Let it begin with you:  be an Event Coordinator! 

The SJIS Trustees have developed guidelines for anyone who becomes an Event Coordinator. Their experience provides clear direction and guidance to the Coordinator for organizing an event.

South Jersey Al-Anon members have donated their time and energy to organize these three events over many decades.  They have used their gifts and talents and have learned new things.  There are many opportunities for service at varied levels of responsibility. Grow your Program!  Service is a great way to give back with a spirit of gratitude, and meet new Al-Anon friends.

Al-Anon Participation at AA Area 45 Convention - TBD

Coordinator: TBD

The Coordinator attends monthly AA planning meetings in Hammonton and works with AA committee members, prepares a budget proposal to be discussed with and approved by the Trustees, and is present at the convention to manage all Al-Anon details.


SJIS Spring Workshop - TBD

Coordinators: TBD

The Coordinators select a venue, the theme, and form a committee to work on the details of the event:  the guest speaker, the workshop session titles and their leaders, and decide on refreshments.  The Coordinators prepare a budget proposal to be discussed with and approved by the Trustees.

SJIS Fall Luncheon - TBD   

Coordinators: TBD

The Coordinators choose the venue, negotiate pricing, select the menu, pick the theme, select Al-Anon and Alateen speakers.  They prepare a budget proposal to be discussed with and approved by the Trustees.  They need volunteers to orchestrate the silent auction, prepare announcement flyers and registration forms to be emailed and posted on websites. The coordinators submit a final report of the results.  They welcome volunteers to help with those tasks as well as the following: managing registration, decorating the room, and being responsible for all aspects of the silent auction.  Claim the Joy and step up to service!  


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