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Temporary Schedule Changes & Special Events
- The Desperados group of Greensboro AA will be holding their 25hrs of Christmas starting Sunday, Dec 24th at 10pm. Meetings every 2hrs thru the 25th.
- The Greensboro Intergroup Office will be closed on December 25 and 26 and will also be closed on January 1.
- The Way Out Step Study Group, that meets on Monday nights at 7:30, will NOT be meeting on the night of December 25th.
- Young People group is having their annual cookiebration on December 29. It starts at 7pm at Westminster Presbyterian. Bring cookies if you can. We have our normal book study that starts at 8, but with cookies.
- The Radiance group will not meet on Sunday the 31st, New Year's Eve night. We encourage anybody looking for a meeting to go to the New Year's Eve dance and speaker meeting.
- District 23’s New Year’s Eve Celebration starts 5:30PM on 31DEC at Westminster Presbyterian Church.
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There are more than 130 meetings in the Greensboro area every week.
Most meetings are in Greensboro, with some in High Point, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, and Summerfield.
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Check out the calendar of special events and meetings.
We have many special events throughout the year, including sobriety celebrations, holiday parties, conferences, picnics, and more. Also listed are business meetings for various AA entities. Events coming soon are shown on the front page. Information for all events is available on the Calendar page.
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The District Committee Meeting Minutes – November 09, 2017 are now available on the Documents page.
YOU are invited! Come bring in 2018 with sober friends, fun, and food!
District 23’s Annual New Year’s Eve Party
Westminster Presbyterian Church
3906 West Friendly Ave
December 31, 2017
5:30-7:00 First Dinner
7:00-8:00 First Speaker James F. from High Point
8:00-9:30 Second Dinner/Sobriety Countdown/Cup Contest Winner
9:30-10:30 Second Speaker Misty S. from Greensboro
District 23 will be hosting a workshop on Redistricting, January 13, 2018, from 9:30 to 12. Tom A. And John N. are
leading the discussion. Districts 24, 23, 22 & 33 (new D36) are the those included in this redistricting.