The NCCYPAA HOST COMMITTEE PROUDLY PRESENTS BEACH BLAST 2018 - THURSDAY, MAY 17TH - SUNDAY, MAY 20TH
AWESOME SPEAKERS - SOBER RAVE - CAMPFIRE MAFIA - FIELDDAY GAMES - VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT - SOBRIETY COUNTDOWN - MEDITATION & YOGA - THE BEACH!!
PROVIDED: HOT DINNER PROVIDED EACH NIGHT, PB&J SANDWICHES, WATER & COFFEE - ALL OTHER FOOD AND BEVERAGES ARE THE CAMPERS RESPONSIBILITY
WHAT TO BRING: CAMPING GEAR...TENT, SLEEPING BAG, FLASHLIGHT, TOILETRIES, HAND SANITIZER, FIRE PIT AND WOOD, ANY EXTRA DRINKS OR SNACKS, BEACH GEAR, BUG SPRAY, TOWELS, CHAIRS, BEACH ATTIRE, SHADES, & SUNSCREEN!!
PARKING INFO: 217 CAROLINA BEACH AVE N. CAROLINA BEACH, NC 28428
CONTACT ASHLEY F (910) 338-6486 WHEN YOU ARRIVE TO BE PICKED UP
NCCYPAA (North Carolina Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous) is an AA service committee, created in the spirit of the 5th and 9th Traditions, having a primary spiritual aim: that of carrying the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers. We do not propose to be a universal answer or a governing body for young people. Our greatest responsibility is to serve those young alcoholics who wish to walk hand in hand with the spirit of the universe.
Our hope is to unify and energize young people across the state of North Carolina by practicing the principles of AA through meetings, events, and outreach. Together, we are inspired by the spirit of service and the necessity of “absolutely insisting on enjoying life!” We are not a glum lot!
We, the members of NCCYPAA, embody A.A.’s primary purpose: to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. NCCYPAA is an A.A. committee comprised of A.A. members, directly responsible to the young alcoholics across the state of North Carolina. All alcoholics are welcome to participate, both young and young at heart. We offer the newcomer the opportunity to be rocketed into the fourth dimension through participation in the three legacies:
1. Encourage young members of A.A. to participate in A.A.’s General Service Structure.
2. Support young alcoholics in their recovery through the 12 steps of A.A.
3. Promote unity among alcoholics of all ages.