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Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Sunday Discussion 7:00 PM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) ! ! !
Georgetown Lake Meeting - Standard Time Only(O) Sunday discussion 05:00 PM 200 Harp Lane Old Georgetown Only during Standard Time ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Monday Discussion 12:00 PM CDC Bldg., 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Monday Discussion 7:00 PM CDC Building, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak), Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Castle Group(O) Tuesday Discussion (Potluck @ 6 PM) 07:00 PM 85 Mertzig Road Highway 48 ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Tuesday Discussion 7:00 PM CDC Building, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot(basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Tuesday Discussion 12:00 PM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Wednesday Discussion 7:00 PM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Wednesday Discussion 12:00 PM CDC Bldg., 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak) back entrance by parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Thursday Discussion 12:00 PM CDC Bldg., 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance by Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Thursday Big Book Study 7:00 PM CDC Building, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(C) Friday Discussion 7:00 PM CDC Building, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak), back entrance by parking lot, basement Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Friday Discussion 12:00 PM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th, (7th and Oak), back entrance by parking lot, basement Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Saturday Candlelight Discussion 7:00 PM CDC Building, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Saturday Tape Study-Discussion 9:00 AM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th, (7th and Oak), back entrance by parking lot, basement ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(O) Monday (Women's meeting) 04:00 PM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! ! !
Anaconda Traditions Group(C) Saturday Discussion 12:00 PM CDC Bldg, 118 E. 7th (7th and Oak)Back Entrance at Parking Lot (basement) Front entrance - handicapped ! ! !

The Difference Between Open and Closed A.A. Meetings

The purpose of all A.A. group meetings, as the Preamble states, is for A.A. members to “share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.” Toward this end, A.A. groups have both open and closed meetings.

Closed meetings are for A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and “have a desire to stop drinking.”

Open meetings are available to anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous’ program of recovery from alcoholism. Non alcoholics may attend open meetings as observers.

At both types of meetings, the A.A. chairperson may request that participants confine their discussion to matters pertaining to recovery from alcoholism.

Whether open or closed, A.A. group meetings are conducted by A.A. members who determine the format of their meetings.

from the pamphlet “The A.A. Group”

The A.A. Preamble

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

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