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|MCL March/April 2014 - CAI-MN Committee Updates|
CAI-MN Committee Updates
Charitable Outreach Committee Update
Save the date 4-3-14 on your calendars! Keep your eyes and ears open for more information regarding our first Silent Auction event to be held on April 3, 2014 in support of Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. It will be an opportunity to network, enjoy quality appetizers, and taste fantastic coffee, but even more important it will give CAI-MN the opportunity to come together and help a good cause.
For almost 30 years, Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge has been restoring hope to people of all ages struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. In addition to its effective and affordable 30-day programs, Life Renewal, and distinctive long-term faith-based recovery program, it has extensive prevention and transitional/aftercare services.
Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge has locations in the Twin Cities, Duluth, Brainerd, and a new Rochester location serving Southern Minnesota. All these programs and locations allow them to serve people with a broad spectrum of addiction issues.
Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge helps clients gain hope, healing and freedom in their lives, serving close to 500 clients at a time around the state. The hope is that if someone needs help, they will consider the organization as a resource. If you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction, it is unlikely to get better on its own. Don’t wait, call today at 612-FREEDOM (612-373-3366) or visit the web at www.mntc.org.
Education Committee Update
The CAI-MN Education Committee has been working hard to create interesting and informative manager seminars. In April the topic will be “The Art of Neighboring”. This session will encourage and challenge managers and board members to build a strong sense of community in the associations in which they serve. May’s topic will focus on the importance of preventive maintenance. Registration for both of these seminars is available on the CAI-MN website. Please contact the committee chair, Nigel Mendez at email@example.com with any suggestions for future speakers or topics that you would like to see presented.
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