Announcements:

The estimated print date for the next schedule is Aug 18th. Let the CSO know of changes/adds/deletes to your group's info ASAP.    Women's Big Book Study, The Giving Tree, Now Meeting Thursdays from 7-8pm     The Corner Stone Crew Group (Monday thru Friday, 12:00 PM) is No Longer Meeting    Destiny Unity Meeting (Monday and Friday, 7:30 PM) Now Meeting at 310 North K St, Christ Church, Tacoma    Pierce County CSO 2nd Annual Unity Picnic, Sunday August 30th, 10 AM    The CSO office is staffed by volunteers daily from 8 AM to 10 PM who can accept cash and checks only. The Office Administrator is scheduled for Tue-Sat from 10 AM to 2 PM and has the capability to accept debit/credit cards. Call 253.474.8897 before traveling to the office to ensure someone is actually on-site.

 


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