The Serenity Club Welcomes you to the

The Serenity Club Welcomes you to the

The Serenity Club Welcomes you to the Paradise Coast Roundup!

A Brief History of The Serenity Club The Serenity Club opened its doors on May 1, 1996, with 32 scheduled

AA meetings per week. The Club serves the working class people of the greater Naples area,

and our members have worked very hard to keep the doors open for the local recovery community.

Basket collections have never kept pace with the club's financial needs, so it has always been dependant upon special fundraising events to meet expenses.

Although we have survived - Membership may be the key to our Here are a few of this year's fundraisers that will help us to keep the doors open:

January Jubilee Dance (January 19) Paradise Coast Roundup! (February 1-3) Luau in Support of Sisters By the Sea! (February 10)

St. Valentine's Dinner & Dance (February 16) St. Patrick's Day Dinner & Dance (March 16) 18th Annual "Ham on Wry" Pig Roast (March 24) April Foolery Masquerade Ball (April 20) Spring Fling! (May 10-12)

Serenity Club's 17th Anniversary Dinner/Dance (August 10) Sisters By the Sea! (September 6-8) 5th Annual Serenity By the Sea! (October 25-27) 2012 Profit and Loss

2012 Income Expense $42,063.63 $43,315.02

2012 2012 Net Loss $1,251.39 The Key To A Vibrant AA Community

Developing a sustained supporting membership base has been the missing key to steady growth for the Serenity Club. How Can You Help?

Memberships are available in a wide range of affordable options: $120 Annually $75 Semi-Annually $40 Quarterly

$15 Monthly For More Information or to Join The Serenity Club: Visit our website at: www.serenityclubswfl.org

Email us at [email protected] or Come to the conference Registration Desk. Thanks for watching ~ Have a great weekend!

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