Save These Dates: March 24 - 25, 2017
Celebrating A New Freedom
In support of our theme of New Freedom for everyone involved with this deadly disease…Alcoholics, Al-Anons, Alateens…this year we are adding NEW to the Spring Roundup on Friday March 24 and Saturday March 25.
We have a new location, new weekend dates, a new quiet room for families with small children, and new programs to make this an inclusive event for Alcoholics, Al-Anons and Alateens.
Our 2017 WSRU theme A NEW FREEDOM is well known in our literature and meetings. But what does A NEW FREEDOM mean for individuals and families effected by alcoholism? We have nationally known and local speakers lined up to answer that question. These speakers will share their experience, strength and hope to open your life to a New Freedom. Come and join us.
The host of this event is Alcoholics Anonymous with participation of Al-Anon and Alateen. We look forward to seeing you as you open up your future to a New Freedom.
- Billy S. Las Vegas, NV
- John T. (Bones) Wichita, KS
- Pat Y. Palm Desert, CA
- Shelley T. Wichita, KS
- Tom W. Oakland, CA
- Anthony D. Wichita, KS
Friday March 24, 2017
Saturday March 25, 2017
The Church of the Magdalen
12626 E. 21st Street N.
Wichita, KS 67206
(January 1st – March 15th)
REGISTRATION AT THE DOOR $21.00
Alateen members are free.
We now offer discounted registration for groups.
Get 12 registrations for the price of 10.
The Wichita spring roundup was again very amazing. I would like to thank all of the volunteers that did the service work to make this event possible! I enjoyed hearing from an AA and an AL Anon tell their own perspective on their marriage. See you next year!
I look forward to roundups every year, and trying to get people to go and get involved in service work, to keep AA going forever.
The Spring Roundup is a great opportunity for our AA community to come together and enjoy each other and enjoy the speakers from different parts of the country. Thank you to all of you for your service to continue to make this happen.
The Round-ups and conventions help keep me sober and allow me to connect with others in the program. I'm thankful for such events.