North Carolina Conference Of Young People In A.A.
September 20 - 23, 2018
Courtyard By Marriott - 100 Charlotte Ave, Carolina Beach, NC 28428
4PM - 6PM - Pool Party Meet & Greet
8PM - Local Speaker - Melissa K.
9:30PM - Board Games And Other Shenanigans
10PM - 4AM - Maraton Meetings On Even Hours (Jacksonville NC)
8AM - Yoga On The Beach
9AM - Meditation Led By Happ
11AM - Ocean Discussion Meeting - Dealing With Complacency In Sobriety
3PM - Panel - Sex & Relationships
5PM - Panel - Letting Go (People, Places & Things)
7:30PM - State Roll Call
8PM Main Speaker - Yuri S. (Colorado)
9:30PM - 10:30PM - How To Bid Q & A
10PM - 4AM - Marathon Meetings On Even Hours (Greensboro, NC)
8AM - Fun Run / Walk 5K
9AM - Meditation Meeting Led By Chris D.
9AM - NCCYPAA 23 Bid Session
10AM - AL-ANON Speaker Jane
10AM - Open Q & A Forum With Advisory Council
11AM - Panel - Wreckage Of The Past
12PM - Relay Races On The Beach
2PM - Panel - Enjoying Life: How To Have Fun In Sobriety
3PM - Sandcastle Building Contest & Belly Flop Contest
5PM - 7PM - FantaSea FellowShip Dinner $25 - Dress Up Or Come As You Are
(Underwater / Nautical Theme)
DINNER INCLUDES LIVE ENTERTAINMENT AND A GUARANTEED GOOD TIME
8PM - Sobriety Countdown
8:30PM - Main Speaker - Crystal G. (Louisiana)
10PM - 12AM - FantaSea Dance Party
10PM - 4AM - Marathon Meetings On Even Hours (Ashville, NC)
8AM - Yoga On The Beach
9AM - Meditation Meeting
10AM - Main Speaker - Chase S. (Atlanta, GA)
$139 PER NIGHT - BOOK BY AUGUST 27TH FOR DISCOUNTED RATES
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In keeping with A.A's 7th tradition which states "EVERY A.A. GROUP OUGHT TO BE FULLY SELF-SUPPORTING, DECLINING OUTSIDE CONTRIBUTIONS" we can ONLY accept contributions from A.A. members
NCCYPAA (North Carolina Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous) is an A.A. service committee created in the spirit of the 5th and 9th Traditions, having a primary spiritual aim: That of carrying the A.A. 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 A.A. 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 young alcoholics across the state of North Carolina. All alcoholics are welcome to participate, both the young and the 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