2020 Tillamook Serenity’s Child Christmas Project
Each year we invite those parents/guardians from our
local community who regularly attend 12-step meetings and stay free from their addiction to sign up their children for our annual Child Christmas Project, which is part of our Recovery Outreach. We believe this is an awesome incentive and benefit
for staying active in recovery!
Instead of a physical gathering for our 13thannual
Children’s Christmas Celebrationthis year, Santa Claus
and the Elves will be doing a doorstop delivery on
Saturday, Dec. 19th with a holiday stocking, a craft project,
and a special gift from each child’s wish list.
Sign-up sheets are available at Tillamook Serenity beginning Tuesday Nov. 17th. Parents, please complete and turn in the
form for your children by Saturday, December 5th. Since
Tillamook Serenity is currently open only during meeting times, there will also be forms available on the porch.
If you would like to help fund this project, you can make a donation payable to Tillamook Serenity and indicate “Recovery Outreach” on your check. Our mailing address is:
Tillamook Serenity, PO Box 1023, Tillamook OR 97141.
We are so grateful for your support.
Fellowship Means Life
Our Mission is to end addiction in Tillamook County through Recovery, Fellowship, Understanding and Service.
Tillamook Serenity Club
5012 3rd Street
P.O. Box 1023
Tillamook, OR. 97141
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Until more people are willing and able to volunteer, TSC is ONLY open for meetings. Please go to Meeting Schedule for TSC meetings and Event Calendar for Tillamook AA and NA meetings both in-person and online as well as for more information.
Bunco-on hiatus due to COVID-19
Bunco is on the first Friday of every month. Bring your favorite dish for the potluck after the 6 pm meeting, Bunco starts at 7:15. $2 for an evening of fun, fellowship and prizes for the winners!
Supper at the Club-on hiatus due to COVID-19
Every Monday night we have a full meal prepared by one of our awesome cooks. This includes an entrée, side, and dessert for a suggested donation.
Recovery Birthday Bash-on hiatus due to COVID-19
TSC will be celebrating each month’s recovery birthdays on the last Saturday of the month starting at 5pm. Recovery birthdays are important to us, we are all proud of the hard work we have done and this is our chance to share the great news- WE DO RECOVER! Birthday cake is provided.
Save the Date: TBD - maybe on hiatus due to COVID-19Annual Membership Meeting & Potluck
On April 11th we will be having our annual membership meeting and potluck. This is a time to elect Board members to fill the executive positions that are being vacated. Nominations will be taken starting March 11th, we will post further information on the office door as the date draws nearer. There is also an application on our website for anyone wishing to become a board member.
Club membership includes free WiFi, discounts on tea, coffee, events, and Monday night Supper beverages; also a personalized cup and the knowledge that you are helping keep TSC’s doors open for all who seek recovery. Dues are $10 and are due on the 1st of each month. There is a $20 savings for those who choose to pay a full year’s membership dues. You do not have to be a member to attend meetings, newcomers are always welcome!
Please no smoking in the front of the building, we have a smoking area in back for your use.
Thanks to the generosity of the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund who awarded us a grant we have been able to do some major upgrades to our facility this year. Removing the old cellar door and replacing it with a block wall provides safety and security. It will also keep out pests and stop water from leaking into the basement, allowing us to use the space for storage. Our new metal outdoor hand railing allows our able-challenged patrons to come and go with ease, and provides additional support to all in inclement weather conditions. The new lobby picture window and storm door add to the professional look of the building and will be a good improvement this year for energy efficiency, providing financial relief in our utility bills. The attractive front porch lattice gives protection from neighborhood pests and the window screens keep out bugs and provide safety from accidental falls. Thank you to Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund and to all our members and friends who participated in seeing these projects to completion. We appreciate your support of our mission to end addiction in Tillamook County through recovery, fellowship, understanding and service.