District 62 Open House – Pot Luck Meet & Greet – Jan-8-2018

District 62 Open House

Pot Luck Meet & Greet

January 8, 2018
6:30 PM

All Saints Church
347 Richmond Road
Westboro

Parking at the rear of the church on Madison Avenue

Please bring a small dish to share followed by Annual General Service Representative Interactive Workshop
Area 83 Guest Facilitator

All Members are welcome!



Bring a Professional-PIC Information Night (Feb-12-2018)

COOPERATION WITH THE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY COMMITTEE

PRESENTS

 

Monday, February 12, 2018 at 6 p.m.

All-Saints Church, 347 Richmond Rd.

Members of AA – Bring your doctor, lawyer, accountant, dentist, your co-workers, any professional you know who may come into contact with someone who has a problem with alcohol or has been affected by someone’s drinking – To a special meeting aimed simply to educate professionals to what AA is, and what it is not.

Please RSVP  cpc@ottawaAA.org

“Our Twelfth step – carrying the message – is the basic service that the A.A. Fellowship gives; this is our principal aim and the main reason for our existence.  Therefore, A.A. is more than a set of principles; it is a society for alcoholics in action.  We must carry the message, else we ourselves can wither and those who have not been given the truth may die.”

The A.A. Service Manual “A.A.’s Legacy of Service” p. 51

CPC is supported by Ottawa Districts 54, District 58 and District 62

Ottawa https://ottawaaa.org/about/cpc.php





Grapevine Publications & Metal Chips available at the Intergroup Office

Grapevine publications, including recently added titles below are available for purchase.

– Voices of Women in AA
– 2015 Commemorative Convention Book: Happy, Joyous & Free: The Lighter Side of Sobriety

Metal chips are also now available!

Please call the office to ensure that volunteers are available to serve. If no one answers, please consider taking a shift as a volunteer by contacting tas@ottawaaa.org.