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Rhode Island Central Service

September 20, 2019

(401) 438 8860

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ANNIVERSARIES - Guest Speakers & Buffet

Thur.  Oct 3rd       No Providence-PEACEFUL WAYS- St James Episcopal Church, 474 Fruit Hill Ave. 7PM (6th Anniv.) Refreshments, Fellowship and Meeting

Fri      Oct 11th     Warwick-FOUTH DIMENSION-St Paul’s Church, 389 Greenwich Ave. (12th Anniv.) 7PM

Mon.   Nov.4th       So.Kingstown-JUST FOR TODAY-Wakefield Baptist Church, 236 Main St., 12:30PM  (2nd Anniv.)

Fri.     Nov. 8th      Middletown- FRESH AIR- United Congregational Church 524 Valley Rd. 7:30PM  (33rd 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”

 

- The next regular meeting for Central Service Delegates will be held on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

Riverside Congregational Church, 15 Oak Ave, Riverside

New Delegates at 7:15 PM, Regular Meeting at 7:30 PM

 

We need volhelp with our Monthly Mailing (takes less than one hour).

The next mailing will take place at Central Service on Wed., October 23rd at 9 AM

 

RI Central Service will host anAA FIELD TRIP”, We’re Heading to Headquarters!!!

Friday, November 22nd  /   $50 per person/ Seats are Limited to 50 people so Sign Up Early

First half of the day spent at the AA General Service Office in NY

 Followed by AA meeting and Exploring the City

For more information, contact RI Central Service


***Please note the deadline for submitting any information for the next TODAY is Friday, October 18th***                                      

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NEW GROUPS

North Providence-THE MESSAGE-Open Big Book. Fatima Hospital, 200 High Service Ave.,Saturdays at 7PM

East Greenwich-MONDAY MEDITATION- Open Discussion, Westminster Unitarian Church, 119 Kenyon Ave. Mondays at 10 AM

No. Scituate-ROUGE RECOVERY-Open Discussion.  Rockland Community Church, 212 Rockland Rd.,Saturdays at 10AM

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NEEDS SUPPORT

Somerset, MA- HOW NOW- Open Meeting. Old Town Hall, 1458 County St. Fridays at 7:30PM

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 CHANGES

Pawtucket-PRIMARY PURPOSE-have moved back to Jenks Junior High, 350 Division St., Sundays at 10AM

Attleboro, MA- OLD SCHOOL-has changed their format to a Closed Discussion meeting. 68 Falmouth St. Fridays at 7PM

Portsmouth-PORTSMOUTH SUNDAY MORNING- will be moving back to Common Fence Point Community Center,933 Anthony Rd. Sundays at 10:30AM- Effective Sunday, Oct 6th

Portsmouth-PORTSMOUTH CARE - have back to Common Fence Point Community Center, 933 Anthony Rd.,Thursdays at 7:30PM 

Pawtucket- KEY TO FREEDOM- has moved to Our Lady Queen Of Martyrs, 385 Central Ave, in Seekonk MA, Wednesdays at 7:30PM

Warren-RECOVERY STRONG – East Bay Recovery Center, 31 Railroad St, have changed their meeting days and times. They will now meet on Mondays & Fridays at 7PM

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DISBANDED

Providence-STAYING STOPPED-Salvation Army, 386 Broad St., Thursdays at 7PM 

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ONE NIGHT ONLY

Pawtucket-TRIANGLE- Smithfield Congregational Church, 514 Smithfield Ave, will not meet on Friday October 18th

Attleboro, MA- Attleboro 1A –Murray Universalist Church, 505 No. Main St, both the Beginners Meeting and the Open meeting will not meet on Saturday, November 9th

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SPECIAL NOTICES 

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

Thursday, October 3th, 2019. Craik Building, 2845 Post Rd., Warwick, 7 PM.

 

Please join District 6 in a Group Conscience Sharing Session

Area 61 Office, 3649 Post Rd Warwick ,Thursday, October 3rd , 7PM-8PM

This sharing session is an opportunity for members to share openly with one another in a facilitated discussion about what their groups do well, as well to seek feedback from members in other groups about areas of concern. All AA members are welcome, and encouraged to attend!

 

The DAY AT A TIME group will host a “Bookie Meeting”

Roger Williams Hospital, Kay Auditorium, 825 Chalkstone Ave., Providence

Saturday, October 12 at 10AM

 

AREA 61 CORRECTIONS COMMITTEE will host a CORRECTIONS WORKSHOP”

Area 61 Office, 3649 Post Rd., Warwick

Wednesday, October 16th - 6:30PM Potluck-7PM Speakers

Come, eat, and learn about the opportunities for service in Corrections

Bring a dish if you wish!

 

 The next RI AREA ASSEMBLY meeting will be held on Saturday, October 19th 

 St. Kevin’s Church, 333 Sandy Lane, Warwick, beginning at 9 AM

2020 Budget Proposal and Elections of Officers 

Pasta Cook-Off- Come Win a Ribbon for your District

All GSR‘s encouraged to attend

 

The 2019 AA WOMEN TO WOMEN (NEW ENGLAND) Conference will take place at

The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Warwick, RI Nov. 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 2019

 Early Registration is $45 Per Person - Registration and meal packages available

Fliers available at RI Central Office and SO RI Intergroup

For more info contact Sharon at 401 497-4657

 

 The SOUTHEASTERN MASS. GAY & LESBIAN ROUND-UP COMMITTEE will sponsor a 

“SPAGHETTI DINNER & CABARET” at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 50 Park Place, Pawtucket

Saturday, November 23, 2019- Doors open at 6:30 PM- Dinner-Meeting-Raffles- Cabaret

-LIMITED SEATING -ADVANCED TICKETS ONLY- $15 per person-

Tickets available from all committee members for more information contact Hebert at401965-1028.    

 

The 44th ANNUAL RHODE ISLAND A.A. CONVENTION

“A Vision For Us” will be held at The Gurney’s Newport Resort & Marina, Goat Island, Newport

On March 20th 21st, & 22nd, –Your Hotel Registration is not your Convention Registration-

-NO ADMISSION TO ANY EVENT WITHOUT A REGISTRATION BADGE-

ONLINE REGISTRATION available at www.aainri.com

 Registration forms are also available from your GSR’s, Southern R.I. Intergroup, your Central Service Office or at www.rhodeisland-aa.org  – Register Early!!!!

 

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Tenth Tradition

Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy.

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