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4th
SEP

New Meeting: The First One Hundred

Schedule Changes

Per a submission via Submit Content:

Study the Big Book as given to us by the First One Hundred
Wednesday 6:00 p.m. Closed
First Lutheran Church
3600 W. Friendly Ave
(Between Holden & Friendly Center)

To share this in meetings, print a copy of our hot sheet of announcements for the good of AA.

3rd
SEP

Bethel 33rd Year Anniversary Meeting

Events

bethel 9-10-15
Download a flyer here.

Come join Bethel’s meeting to hear a bit about its history, share stories, and have discussion on what a Home Group means to you and your sobriety. 7:00 p.m. Desserts and Coffee served – 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. Meeting. St. Francis Episcopal Church, 3506 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro, NC.

6th
AUG

Easy Does It Group’s Annual Picnic

Events

EASYDOESITPicnic2015
Sunday, 13SEP2015, Noon until…, Bur-Mil Park Shelter #2
Download a flyer to share in meetings.

3rd
AUG

JUL 2015 GSR Meeting Minutes

New Content

The July 9, 2015 District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) minutes are now available on the Documents page.

25th
JUN

Piedmont Group Venue Change for Friday, 26JUN

Location Changes

Per a submission via Submit Content:

This Friday, 6/26/15, Piedmont will meet at the Lutheran Church at 3600 Lawndale Dr. in the bank building. Piedmont will resume meeting at its regular Friday location at Irving Park UMC, 1510 W. Cone Blvd., the following Friday.

19th
JUN

Disctrict 23’s Founders’ Day Picnic

Events

foundersday2015

Celebrating 80 years of AA!
Noon on July 12, 2015, at Bur-Mil Park, Shelter #2.
Food, Fellowship, and Fun Provided.
Side dishes and drinks welcome.
3rd Annual Cornhole Tournament.
Download a flyer here (PDF).

13th
JUN

JUN 2015 GSR Meeting Minutes

New Content

The June 11, 2015 District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) minutes are now available on the Documents page.

9th
JUN

Special events committee meeting

Service Opportunities

The special events committee will be holding a meeting to discuss Founders’ Day.

Help plan for food and the fellowship.
You are the voice of the district – let your voice be heard.

When: Saturday June 13
Time : 11am
Where: Common Grounds Coffee Shop

24th
MAY

MAY 2015 GSR Meeting Minutes

New Content

The May 14, 2015 District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) minutes are now available on the Documents page.

24th
APR

Cinco de Mayo event

Events

Piedmont beginners meeting on Tue May 5th
Food will be served at 5:30

Big book study starts at 7:00

Location
7:00pm PIEDMONT BEGINNERS (OPEN – Big Book Study)
Lutheran Church – 3600 lawndale drive

Please bring a 2 liter drink and a friend.

Come enjoy tacos and fellowship

Also try our new Recover-Rita….

To share this in meetings, print a copy of our hot sheet of announcements for the good of AA.

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