medallions

MEDALLIONS

Medallions are a celebration of a recovering addict achieving three hundred and sixty-five continuous days of clean time, as well as a celebration to show that Narcotics Anonymous works. A medallion is an open meeting (anyone may attend) in which fellow recovering addicts share honestly about how the member being celebrated impacted their recovery. Recovering addicts can celebrate their clean day anniversary, year after year, of continuous clean time. Every day clean is a miracle; an entire year is something to behold.



Medallions:



Saturday, April 13th - Matt W - 1 Year - Serenity on Saturday - Newmarket - 7 p.m 

Hope For Today Felllowship Church, 570 Steven Court, Unit B (Side Door Entrance)


Tuesday, April 16th - Rani D - 2 Years - One Step At a Time - Cornerstone Community Church, 180 Nashville RD, Klienburg


Monday, April 22nd - Kristy D - 2 Years - You are no longer alone - M.L. McConaghy Seniors Centre, 10100 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill


Wednesday, May 17th - Yazz - 32 Years - BYOB North - Keswick - 8 p.m

Hope For Today Felllowship Church, 570 Steven Court, Unit B (Side Door Entrance)


Thursday, May 25th - Rachael B - 2 Year - Step by Step - Keswick - 7:30 p.m

Hope For Today Felllowship Church, 570 Steven Court, Unit B (Side Door Entrance)


Saturday, June 1st - Arianna - 4 Years - Serenity on Saturday - Newmarket - 7:00 p.m

Hope For Today Felllowship Church, 570 Steven Court, Unit B (Side Door Entrance)



If your homegroup has a medallion coming up please email the information to: newsletter@anchorna.org and prchair@anchorna.org



"In time, we can relax and enjoy the atmosphere of recovery."