Northop Sunday meeting will be closed on Sunday on both Xmas Day and New Years Day due to venue being used by the band.
Colwyn Bay Saturday 14th January 2016 will be closed.
Next Intergroup Meeting will be on Tuesday 7th February 2017 at
Friends Meeting House, 21 Erskin Road, Colwyn Bay LL29 8EU.
Please come along, see what happens and get involved in service.
Wednesday night Step Meeting at Wesley Methodist Church, St. Johns Street, Chester has closed after the meeting on 9th November.
We are looking for new members to join NE Wales intergroup with the intention of new members taking over active roles (chairman, secretary, and regional rep to name but a few) within intergroup after a period of sponsorship into these positions. Please come along on Tuesday 24th November to Buckley meeting at 8pm for further details.
a) Health Liaison Officer – Liaising with external agencies and bodies, promoting AA externally carrying the message ensuring Health, Safety and Well Being.
b) Public Liaison Officer – is responsible for ensuring that information about the AA message and programme of recovery is conveyed to outside organisations to the best possible advantage. The provision of a panel of members to comply with requests for speakers is an important part of this activity.
C) An Employment Liaison Officer assumes responsibility for liaising with all sectors of commerce and industry.
D) Intergroup Secretary – vacancy in spring next year due to rotation out of office
We are always looking for Telephone Responders for 4 hour shifts – please advise your GSR
We are always looking for Twelve Steppers for local areas – please advise your GSR
The Flint Meeting will be held at Flint Town Hall, Market Street, Flint CH6 5NW, starting from Wednesday 5th October 2016 at the earlier time of 7.30pm (we have to vacate at 9.00pm).
Our present meeting place will be closing for 9 – 12 months. The Town Hall is 100 yards away across the railway lines, by the traffic lights, opposite the fish and chip shop. there is plenty of parking space.
If anyone attending our convention has any useful archive material please bring it along. I will have archive tattood on my forehead. Charlie from region will be there with his display, should be good. Also will have pencil and paper (remember me from SHARE?)
When he came home that night, his entire outlook had changed. He (Dr. Bob) was happy, and, like Bill, he was finally a free man. It was June 10th 1935. Now honoured as the date when AA truly began.
From ‘Pass It On’ p. 149
Gratitude week commemorates this key period in AA history.
At meetings near to June 10th some groups ask members to contribute a little extra (in addition to Tradition 7) to show their gratitude for the fellowship. The suggestion is for a single contribution, made at your home group, of the cost of a days drinking at today’s prices (subject to financial ability).
If your group chooses to take this collection, it ought to collected separately and sent to the Intergroup Treasurer clearly mark as ‘Gratitude Week Contribution’.