App Offers Easy Access to Literature

This new app developed by Area 08 San Diego Imperial Area offers an easy way to access Conference-approved books and pamphlets online. It was developed using an app builder called Glide and is being shared by many different General Service Areas. As always, you can also order literature on the bookstore. Now you have even more ways to navigate A.A. books and literature!



A 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 story as part of this effort. Details in the flyer.


You’re Invited to a Barbecue

Young in age or spirit—all are welcome! Join the Marin County Young People of A.A. (MCYPAA) for this speaker meeting and barbecue at Piper Park in Larkspur on March 5 @ 12pm.



History and Speaker Event

Among the remarkable women in the early days of our Fellowship, Marty Mann helped raise awareness about the treatment and education of alcoholism. Learn about this pioneer on March 12 @ 9:30am. All are welcome and bring a friend!

Service Opportunities for the Week …

The Written Word

For the love of literature, 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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