Looking for a meeting and fellowship over the holiday weekend? Come to the Marin Alano Club to hear Greg K. and Cathy K. share their experience, strength and hope. Then stick around for barbecue and live music.
Call for Stories: The Black A.A. Experience
A working group is revitalizing the pamphlet “A.A. for the Black and African-American Alcoholic“. The updated pamphlet will include fresh stories and a new title that is respectful, inclusive and reflects the perspective of Black A.A. members sharing their experience, strength and hope. Consider sharing your own story as part of this effort.
Are you a new treasurer wondering how and where to make your group contributions? Check out our contributions page. Learn about suggested contribution amounts to various service entities and how to submit money collected from your group via the 7th Tradition.
Literature Spotlight: Fun in Sobriety
Grapevine’s latest book is available from Central Office! Fun in Sobriety features over 50 inspiring stories by members of Alcoholics Anonymous about the many ways they’ve learned to have a good time in recovery. Check it out here.
For the love of fun in sobriety, please share this information with your social media communities and encourage your A.A. fellows to subscribe to The Buzz. All of our prior updates can be found here. Drop our subscription link in the chat at your meetings and tell your members to subscribe to stay in the know on what’s happening with SF/Marin A.A.
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