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Vermont Area 70 Shared Recovery/Service Meeting

Fridays at 7:00 pm

Join us for discussion about service and bringing the message to newcomers in these unusual times.

Zoom Meeting ID: 969 9327 0890
Gratitude Garage Whoopie Party
8 Saxon Hill Road, Essex Junction, VT
Saturday, August 20th
Barbeque, fun, food and Recovery
Starting at 3pm
5:30pm Speaker meeting -- Out-of-town speaker=Kyle E.
7pm Discussion meeting

Please join us!

Whoopie Party
Bid for NECYPAA 2023 will host a Party
Oakledge Park, Flynn Ave, Burlington, VT
Saturday, August 27th
4pm Volleyball / Cornhole
5pm Ice Cream Social
6pm Speaker meeting -- Speaker=Andrew G.

Come join us for fun in the sun, delicious Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream and Andrew G.'s story of Recovery. A true Triple Header!!

Whoopie Party

VT Bid for NECYPAA 2023 Planning Meetings on Zoom
Events Committee - 10:30 am Sundays (except not the 4th Sun of the month)
Bid Committee - 4 pm on the 4th Sunday of the month

Zoom meeting ID: 448 298 5949
Keep It Simple Group Picnic
United Church Underhill, Rt 15 & Park St, Underhill, VT
Saturday, September 10th
4 pm: Food & Fellowship-- Hotdogs & Hamburgers provided; please bring a dish to share
6:30 pm: Meeting

Whoopie Party
Sobriety Scramble Golf Tournament
West Bolton Country Club, Rt 15 & Park St, Underhill, VT
Sunday, September 11th
Begins at 10 am
Play with a 4-person team drawn at random
Followed by prizes, food & fellowship!
$35 to walk or $55 with cart
To participate, contact Jon at 802-999-1779 or jonlebl70@gmail.com

Whoopie Party
AA Women: Can you share your story with inmates in the South Burlington Jail?

**We are collecting old issues of the Grapevine Magazine to share with inmates.

Live meetings are not being held in the South Burlington Correctional Facility due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before we stopped holding meetings there, the female inmates had been asking if we could bring in speaker meetings. Now that we aren’t able to bring ANY kind of meeting in, we’d like to request that women in our area consider writing their story, in a “speaker meeting” format (what it was like, what happened, what it is like now), and email it to corrections@BurlingtonAA.org so that we can share the AA message in writing with inmates.

Our inside volunteer coordinator will post your letter in each unit for all to read. Your anonymity and details (i.e. email address) will not be shared. Just your story and your first name. Many thanks!
We have been dealing with alcohol in its worst aspect. But we aren't a glum lot. If newcomers could see no joy or fun in our existence, they wouldn't want it. We absolutely insist on enjoying life.
Chapter 9,
"The Family Afterward"
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 haven't been given the truth may die.
"A.A.'s Legacy of Service"
Practically every AA member declares that no satisfaction has been deeper and no joy greater than a Twelfth Step job well done.
Step 12