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Oahu Gathering Registration Form

Oahu Gathering Form is now online!

33rd Annual Gathering of the Fellowship on Oahu
April 7th, 8th, and 9th, 2017
Camp Mokuleia, 68-729 Farrington Hwy, Waialua, HI 96791

Registration will begin on Monday, November 21, 2016. You may download the registration form here:

33rd Oahu Gathering 2017

We are still looking for artwork and a theme. Send your suggestions in to Oahu Gathering, P.O. Box 860892, Wahiawa, HI 96786 or call Lloyd T. at (808)221-3595.

Update from NA World Services

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Greetings from NA World Services,

We have a few announcements to share with you all.

Guiding Principles: NA’s new book, Guiding Principles: The Spirit of Our Traditions is available for purchase for $11 in hardcover (item 1201) or softcover (item 1202). You can order the book through our online shopping cart http://www.na.org/?ID=OrderLiteratureOnline-content We are working on a special edition and will send more details about that in November.

Literature Projects: We have also posted questions that will help us frame project plans for two pieces of literature—an IP on recovery and mental health/mental illness http://www.na.org/mhmi and a meditation book http://www.na.org/meditationbook Interested members can log on and share their thoughts any time before 1 June 2017.

PR Pamphlet: We have just published a pamphlet for use in public relations service work titled Narcotics Anonymous and Persons Receiving Medication-Assisted Treatment. This pamphlet is intended for professionals who prescribe medication to treat drug addiction. We have posted it online at http://www.na.org/pr and, by the end of November, copies will be available for order from NA World Services as well.

Issue Discussion Topics: The Issue Discussion Topics for the cycle are: Introduction to Guiding Principles, Atmosphere of Recovery in Service, and Applying Our Principles to Technology and Social Media. Workshop outlines, PowerPoints, and handouts for the IDTs are all posted at http://www.na.org/idt. If you put on a workshop locally, don’t forget to send us the input. The input helps us better understand local needs and concerns. We summarize what we’ve heard in the Conference Report each cycle.

New PR Pamphlet from NAWS

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 Aloha,

The “Narcotics Anonymous and Persons Receiving Medication-Assisted Treatment” PR pamphlet is now available in electronic format (PDF) from the NAWS website

The pamphlet itself will be available for purchase by the end of November of this year.

Below is the link to download the file, it’s large so be patient in downloading it:

http://www.na.org/admin/include/spaw2/uploads/pdf/pr/2306_NA_PRMAT_1021.pdf

May the blessings be,

Erik R
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Oahu Gathering 2017

Mark your calendars!

The Oahu Gathering will be held on April 7th, 8th, and 9th, 2017.

Registration for the Oahu Gathering in 2017 begins on November 21st.

We will post the registration form soon.

We are still looking for artwork and a theme. Send your suggestions in to Oahu Gathering, P.O. Box 860892, Wahiawa, HI 96786 or call Lloyd T. at (808)221-3595.

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NA Way Magazine October 2016

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Welcome to the October 2016 electronic NA Way Magazine,

NA’s worldwide recovery journal.Get More, Give More

Many thanks to all of you who helped us out during the recent subscription database cleanup. Through this effort, 7,176 duplicate subscriptions were discontinued. This will save thousands of dollars in printing and postage costs. Thank you for your continued support of The NA Way and for printing, posting, and sharing the electronic version of our quarterly recovery journal.

Adjust your subscription at www.na.org/subscribe

Thank you for supporting The NA Way Magazine!

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Visit www.naway.org or email us at naway@na.org. Subscribe at www.na.org/subscribe

Your electronic version of The NA Way Magazine is provided in PDF format, which allows you to view the magazine as it appears in print form (plus it’s in color instead of black and white). PDF files are large, so you may want to download it to your local hard drive and then open the file.