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The 4th Annual Capital of Texas Conference will be held August 11-13, 2017 at the DoubleTree Hotel located at 6505 N. Interstate 35, Austin, Tx 78752

Calling all Artists/Graphic Designers!

CTC is looking for an Artist/Graphic Designer
to create the artwork for the 2017 Capital of Texas Conference event.

Two free room nights at the hotel … must be submitted by November 10th, 2016.

Get the Details Here!

The 2016 Capital of Texas Conference Committee says THANK YOU to everyone that attended, volunteered and supported the 3rd Annual Conference!! The conference was a tremendous success in all aspects, especially in delivering our primary purpose of carrying the message to the alcoholic who still suffers. This is a credit to our entire community – Alcoholics Anonymous is strong and alive in Central Texas!

Please join us in continuing to “Carry This Message”.

At our next committee meeting, the 2017 Conference Committee will finish electing Committee members. If you are interested in serving on the Committee, please attend the next meeting on
Sunday, September 18th, 2:00-4:30 @ the Northland Group,
2809 Northland Dr., Austin TX 78757

Of the 35 service opportunities, we still have 17 open positions.
Do you have what it takes? Come and find out!
Must be present to be nominated.

The 2017 Capital of Texas Conference Committee meetings will be held in the large room at Northland beginning at 2pm on followings dates:

September 18th February 19th July 9th
October 16th March 19th July 23rd
November 20th April 23rd August 6th
December None May 21st August 27th
January 15th June 25th

Conference Preamble

The Capital of Texas Conference is an annual Alcoholics Anonymous conference which includes Al-Anon participation. In accordance with AA’s Fifth Tradition, the conference has but one primary purpose – to carry the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers. This primary purpose is carried out through these meetings, events, and fellowship animated by the spirit of service and the necessity of “absolutely insisting on enjoying life”