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Rhode Island Central Service

July 19th, 2019

(401) 438 8860

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ANNIVERSARIES - Guest Speakers & Buffet

Sun.     July 28th       Little Compton-SOS (SOBRIETY ON SUNDAY)- Little Compton Community Center,  34 Commons, (11th Anniv.) 6PM Buffet/7PM Meeting.

Mon.   Aug 12th    Middletown-INTO ACTION-United Congregational Church, 524 Valley Rd., 7:30PM   (31st Anniv.)

Sun.   Aug. 11th    Warwick-NEW MORNING-Kent County Hospital, 455 Tollgate Rd., (Drs.’ Auditorium) 10 AM (40th Anniv.)  

Mon   Aug. 19th    No Attleboro, MA- LOST AND FOUND- First United Methodist Church, 20 Hoppin Hill  Ave., 7PM (2nd Anniv.)

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NOTICES FROM CENTRAL SERVICE

BECOME A FAITHFUL FIVER!!!

Faithful Fivers are A.A. members who graciously contribute “five dollars or more”

 each month to support the RI Central Service Office.

You can find out more and even sign up on line by calling the office or visiting our webpage.

 

RI Central Service is in the process of up-dating our 12-STEP LIST. We are in desperate need for AA members throughout the RI and South Eastern MA

who would be eager reach out to those looking for help with stopping drinking,

Someone willing to meet them at their first meeting or information from Alcoholics Anonymous

 Anyone willing to be added to the list should contact their Group Secretary or call Central Service.

“When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there. And for that I am responsible”

 

We need volunteers to help with our monthly mailing - takes less than one hour -

The next mailing will take place at Central Service on Wed., August 28th at 9AM

 

Information for the next today needs to be submitted by Friday, August 23rd, 2019

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NEW GROUPS

Westerly-CAME TO BELIEVE – Open Literature. Westerly Senior Center, 39 State St., Sundays at 6:30PM

Warren- RECOVERY STRONG- East Bay Recovery Center, 31 Railroad Ave., Open Reflections, Tuesdays at 7PM. Open Discussion, Saturdays at 9AM

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NEEDS SUPPORT

East Providence-AA 911- Open Meeting. Bethany Church of the Nazarene, 1275 Pawtucket Ave., Tuesdays at 7:30PM

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 CHANGES

Seekonk, MA -HOW – Open Meeting. Seekonk Congregational Church, 600 Fall River Ave., has changed it's Wednesday meeting time. They now start at 7:30 PM and end at 9PM

No Attleboro, MA- LOST AND FOUND- First United Methodist Church, 20 Hoppin Hill Ave., Mondays at  7PM, has change its format to a Open Speaker Discussion.

Portsmouth- CARE- Open Discussion, is temporarily moving to The Leonard Brown House, 121 Linden Lane, Thursdays at 7:30PM  

Woonsocket- WEDNESDAY NIGHT DISCUSSION- Open Speaker Discussion. St. Charles Church,190 No. Main St., Effective Wednesday, September 4ththey will change their start time to 7PM

Cumberland-COMING BACK-Open Meeting. St Joan’s Church Hall, 3357 Mendon Rd., will change their meeting time.Effective Tuesday, September 3rd, they will change start time to 7:30 PM.

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DISBANDED

Pawtucket- SOBER IN THE OUTDOORS- St Paul’s Episcopal Church, 50 Park Place Wednesdays at 7PM

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SPECIAL NOTICES 

The next meeting for Southern R.I. Intergroup Representatives will be held on

Thursday, August 1st, 2019 - Craik Building, 2845 Post Rd., Warwick, 7 PM.

 

The AA 911 Group will be hosting a “Old Timers Meeting”

Bethany Church of the Nazarene, 1275 Pawtucket Ave.,

Tuesday, August 13th at 7:30 PM

Guest Speaker and Buffet

 

The Portsmouth Nooners Group will host the 3rd Annual Bill W. BBQ/Family Fun Day

Kings Grant Fellowship Hall, 1000 W. Main Rd. Portsmouth

Saturday, August 3, 2019 11 am – 2 pm

Food, refreshment and activities will be followed by an open meeting at 1 pm.

All Are Welcome - Side dishes and desserts are appreciated

 

District 7 will host a Annual Picnic on Sunday August 18th

Burlingame State Park, 24 Sanctuary Rd., Charlestown RI-

Picnic Area Pavilion -12 Noon to 5PM

Hamburgers, Hot Dogs & Condiments provided- Bring a dish to Share if you wish

Bring your own drinks, chairs, games, bathing suit, etc.
 All  Welcome – Fun, Fun & Fellowship

 

District 7 will host a “Joy Of Service” Wednesday, September 25th

Wednesday Night Step Group, Christ United Methodist Church

2291 Kingstown Rd., Kingston, RI at 7PM

They will perform an adaptation of “You Are An Alcoholic, Charlie Brown” by Nancy H.

Guest Speaker and Potluck to follow

Bring a friend or a Sponsee- Awesome Evening Planned

 

The BROKEN ELEVATOR group will sponsor the 13th Annual Rhody Recovery Big Book Weekend

Great Salt Pond, 619 Camp Fuller Rd, Wakefield, Friday Sept 27th to Sunday Sept.29th

Registration w/Meals - $75, 2-nights Cabin Camping- $25

Workshops and Guest Speakers,

More Information Call Marge 741-1878, Michelle 965-8495, or Debby 302-0920

Or  visit www.RHODYRECOVERY.com 

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EIGHTH TRADITION

Alcoholics Anonymous should remain forever nonprofessional, but our service centers may employ special workers.

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