Agenda for October 5th, 2019
Monthly European Committee Zoom Teleconference (EC TC)
Time: 14:00 CET The meeting is hosted via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/178726055
A. Call to Order
Please be sure that any background noises in your area are eliminated since the sounds make it difficult for participants to hear. When speaking, please say your name first, and country. This will help us record your name with your input. Thank you.
1) Open with the Serenity Prayer (in plural):
God, grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change The courage to change the things we can, And the wisdom to know the difference
2) Tradition of the Month (have BRB or website open):
Tradition 10: “Adult Children of Alcoholics has no opinion on outside issues; hence the ACA name ought never be drawn into public controversy.”
B. Roll Call of members of the European Committee:
C. Introduction of Country Representatives and other Participants
Please State your name, your role locally, and in your country (go alphabetically):
D. Agenda – Motion to approve the agenda.
Are there any urgent items that need to be prioritized?
E. Previous minutes – Motion to approve EC Teleconference Minutes from August 3rd, 2019.
F. Chair Report: Majbrit, EC Chair & WSO Trustee, DNK
1. Interim Committee:
G. Returning Business:
These items are unfinished business from previous meetings.
There was no tabled business from last meeting.
H. New Business
Anyone can write to the ACA EC at least two week in advance of the following EC Teleconference to have an item added to the agenda. The(se) item(s) will appear here:
Are there any ACA-related announcements, such as events?
a) The link for the early bird registration for the ABC/AWC in Florida, US:
b) ESTA Visum for USA
Home | Official ESTA Application Website, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
c) The new Traveler newspaper is here:
H. The next zoom-teleconference is scheduled for Nov. 2 at 14:00 CET the first Saturday of the month
J. Motion to close the meeting?
Close with ACA Serenity Prayer:
God, grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change The courage to change the one I can And the wisdom to know that one is me
(From Adult Children of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional Families (BRB), Chapter 14)