Bridging the Gap
Bridging the Gap is a program thru Alcoholics Anonymous to help people leaving a correctional or treatment facility become acquainted with AA and attend AA meetings in their home town, after they are released. Download information below about this special Zoom Workshop on Saturday May 15th.

Logo Design Contest
for 32nd River Cities Roundup
on January 6-8, 2022

Theme: “Overcoming Adversity”

  • Design a logo that will be used on t-shirts and other retail items
  • Winners will receive a free t-shirt and a ticket for the banquet dinner
  • Logo is limited to 4 colors
  • The original piece of art will not be returned
  • Include your name, phone and email on the back of your artwork so we can contact you
  • Submit your artwork to the River City Central Office at 603 Marine Blvd, Bullhead City or call Jennifer at 404-372-6191 or Roxanne at 404-702-8700 to arrange for pick up
  • Deadline for submissions is Friday, May 14, 2021
  • Winning logo design will be chosen at the RoundUp Committee Meeting on May 15
Central Office/Intergroup
Nomination for the Board of Supervisors

Please see the attached Ballot for the Requirements for each positions. Groups should write in nominations and should be returned to Central Office no later than May 10, 2021.
Grapevine Daily Quote
"Serenity and peace of mind are a direct result of accepting our lives a they are at this moment, and all the money in the world cannot purchase this kind of peace."

April 26, 2021 AA Grapevine
Help Wanted

District 09-903 is looking for a Recording Secretary. If you may be interested in doing service work please come to meeting at 603 Marina Blvd Bullhead City AZ on the 3rd Monday of the month at 6:00 pm
Looking for a someone to assist with the monthly Newsletter
Please contact Roxanne at 404-702-8700

Founders Day Celebration

June 12th, 2021
4:00pm Speaker Dale K

Chaparral Golf & Country Club
1260 Mohave Dr.
Bullhead City

Hot Dog, Chips and Soda $8

25th Annual WISH Retreat
Women In Spiritual Healing
Hualapai Mountain Park, Kingman, AZ
October 8-10, 2021

Lodging is limited to 40 registrations

The Principle of Rotation

Traditionally, rotation ensures that service positions, like nearly everything else in A.A. are passed around for all to share. Many positions have alternates who can step into the service positions if needed.

To step out of an A.A. office we love can be hard. If we have been doing a good job, if we honestly do not see anyone else around willing, qualified, on with the time to do it, and our friends agree, it's especially tough. But it can be a real step forward in growth.

Among other things, anonymity in the Fellowship means that we forgo personal prestige for any A.A. work we do to help alcoholics. And, in the spirit of Tradition Twelve, it reminds us "to place principles before personalities."
Many outgoing service position holders find it rewarding to take time to share their experience with the incoming person. Rotation helps to bring us spiritual rewards far more enduring that the fame. This happens at all levels of A.A.
Taken from The A.A. Service Manual S24
List of Groups & 7th Traditions Year to date 2021

  • Big Book Study Workshop $50.00
  • 3 Legacies Group $25.00
  • Drunken Donuts Group $130.00
  • Freedom & Joy Group $100.00
  • Candy Meeting Group $40.00
  • Couples in Sobriety Group $160.00
  • Top of The Hill Group $150.00 plus Faithful Fiver $50
  • Meadview Group
  • Four Horsemen Group $94.20
  • Bullhead Women's Group $73.00
  • Friday Nite Live Group
  • Golden Slippers $35.00
  • Laughlin Group $350.00
  • Good AS IT GETS
  • Friends of Bill W $150.00
  • Emotional Sobriety
  • Back to Basics Group
  • Marina Group
  • Share Group $88.00
  • Sun Group $1200,00
  • Sober on the Mount Group $100.00
  • Up the River without a Paddle
  • Patio Group
  • Pass it On Group
  • Cone Mtn Newcomer Group $80.00
  • Surrender Group
  • Sunday Nite 12X12 Group $79.20
  • Wed Nite Men's Stag Group $175.00
  • Needles Desert Group $100.00
  • Tuesday and Thursday 10am-3pm
  • Wednesday 10am-6:30pm

We're looking for more volunteers to extend the office hours and days.
Central Office Activity
Recap of April 2021
  • Here
  • Phones Calls in office Total 79 3 12steps 27 information 28 other & 21 Voicemail
  • Virtual Phone Calls 135 total 71 in BHC & LHC 64
Meetings at Central Office:
  • Intergroup Meeting Second Monday @ 6:30 PM
  • Dist. 09-903 Business Meeting 3rd Monday @ 6:00 PM
  • River Roundup 3 Saturday of the Month @ 9:30 AM