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The Difference between a A.A. Open and Closed Meeting
The purpose of all A.A. group meetings, as the Preamble states, is for the A.A. member to "share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help other to recover from alcoholism." Toward this end, A.A. groups have open and closed meetings.

Closed meeting are for A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and "have to desire to stop drinking".

Open Meetings are available to anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous' program of recovery from alcoholism. Non-alcoholics may attend open meeting as observers.

At both types of meetings, the A.A. chairperson may request that participants confine their discussion to matter pertaining to the recovery from alcoholism. It is the group conscience that determine the format of the meetings. (information from pamphlet. The A.A. Group)
Traditions Checklist from the AA Grapevine
These question were originally published in the AA Grapevine in conjunction with a series on the Twelve Traditions. There will be a series of the traditions in the next 12 issues of the Newsletter.

Tradition One: Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon AA unity.

  1. Am I in my group a healing, mending, integrating person, or a, I divisive? What about gossip and taking other members inventories?
  2. Am I a peacemaker? Or do I, with pious preludes such as "just for the sake of discussion, "plunge into argument?"
  3. Am I gentle with those who rub me the wrong way, or am I abrasive?
  4. D I make competitive AA remarks, such as comparing one group with another or contrasting AA in on place with AA in another?
  5. Do I put down some AA activities as if I were superior for not participating in this or that aspect of AA?
  6. Am I informed about AA as a whole? Do I support in every way I can, AA as a whole, or just the parts I understand and approve of?
  7. Am I as considerate of AA members as I want them to be of me?
  8. Do I spout platitudes about about love while indulging in and secretly justifying behavior that bristles with hostility?
  9. Do I go to enough AA meetings or read enough AA literature to really keep in touch?
  10. Do I share with AA all of me, the bad and the good, accepting as well as giving the help of fellowship?

Faithful Fivers are AA members who in gratitude pledge to contribute at least $5.00 each month toward the support of Central Office in it's quest to carry the AA message of hope and recovery to those alcoholic who still suffer in the area. The Faithful Fivers idea came about when we remembered that many of us wasted much more than $5.00 each month during our drinking days. But as the AA's "Promises" came alive in our lives "By the Grace of God, there go I." If you or your group is contributing, thank you for your continued support!
New AA Meeting Starting August 5,

AA Meeting for Women
Bullhead Women's Group

Monday Night @ 6:30 PM
1260 Mohave Dr, Bullhead City AZ
Room by the swimming pool
Hualapai CAMPOUT

Saturday 08-17-2019 (Rec AREA 1)
questions? please contact:
Krista E. 928-706-8939 or
Kyle S. 928-302-8492

Food, 50/50,Games,Hiking,Camping and Fellowship(bring a dish & share)

STATE CONVENTION September 13-15,2019

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Up coming event October
Halloween Speaker Meeting - Dinner Party
When October 26, 2019 Where: 1593 E Lipan Blvd
Looking for help Interested please call Roxanne 404-702-8700
MIRACLE on the River
November 1st - 3rd, 2019
Register Online!!!