Chris Raymer

Recovery Community Director

Contact Chris at x512 or cell (830) 377-1981 for additional details about his speaking engagements.

August 23-24, 2019  - Talk/Workshop - Havre Mini Conference - Havre, Montana

August 27 -  Sobriety for Keeps! Workshop, 6:30 p.m., Glen Meadows Baptist, San Angelo, Texas

September 27-29 - Cajun Country Conference - Lafayette, Louisiana

November 6 - DAA Talk, Dallas

November 17 - Recovery Talk,  Milford, Connecticut

December 7  -  West Texas Alumni Christmas party, 5501 N. Midkiff Rd., Midland

December 14 - Workshop - Doylestown, Pennsylvania

January 17-18, 2020 - SOBBR Conference, Dothan, Alabama

February 15, 2020  -  Saturday Night Talk, Stewart, Florida

March 6-7, 2020  -  Workshop with Myers R., Jacksonville, Florida

April 17-19, 2020  -  Sponsorship Workshop,  Sioux Falls, South Dakota

June 27, 2020  -  Workshop with Peter M., New Haven, Connecticut

July 10-11, 2020  -  Workshop with Myers R., Toronto, Canada

July 30, 2020  -  Aniversary Talk, Atlanta, Georgia

October 16-18, 2020 - DAA National Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee

November 13-15, 2020  -  Intergroup Talk, Fuengirola, Spain

November 28, 2020  -  Saturday Night Talk, Las Vegas Round Up

5 Comments on “Alumni Staff Speaking Engagements”

  1. I heard a rumor Chris R is coming to Jacksonville, Fl. He is my absolute favorite speaker. Please let me know if he is coming to Jax and where I can get tickets. Thank you and God bless!

  2. Hey you old one eyed son of a b#&$h. I still remember sitting on the pool table listening to Isiah on my second day there in 2000 and finally hearing the truth with you sitting next to me. Nineteen years of sobriety and helping others. I thank God for that day everyday . Blessings my brother.

  3. I work in Philly, and my home group is on Doylestown… can’t wait to see you in the Northeast! Safe travels this year, Chris!

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