2013 United in Recovery Recap:
What a great evening of fellowship, yummy desserts, a wide variety of silent auction items, a terrific performance by our guest musician, Tim Hockenberry from America's Got Talent and most of all, a focused and inspiring evening led by our emcee, Maureen Jorgenson. Maureen helped us all appreciate the tragedy of those not able to get into recovery as well as the joy that comes for those who do find recovery from addiction. It was a night of entertainment with a very poignant message. Click on the icon to read more!
Listen as our Executive Director, Jamie Loehnis, shares this brief message about Mooring Programs. If you or a loved one struggle with drug or alcohol addiction, call now. You are not alone.
I never found the companion that was so companionable as
-Henry David Thoreau
One of the greatest gifts of our lives is the ability to enjoy solitude. Many of us are unable to enjoy this gift. We are too busy - busy with work, with friends, with entertainment.
When we slow down, we find out we can feel peaceful when we are alone. For most of us, solitude is ordinary - we each find our private place and take up our favorite activities: fishing, sewing, writing, building models, and making pictures. These simple activities are so much fun it's hard to figure out why it took us so long to calm down and enjoy them.
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Many photos courtesy of Meirion Matthias
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Appleton, WI 54911
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