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  District 33, 66 & 67 Pages  
 


Meeting Schedule

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Printable Schedule  (July 2017) Page 1 (Sun-Wed) Page 2 (Thru-Sat)

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Definitions
Open Meeting:
Meetings that are available to anyone interested in 
Alcoholics Anonymous' program of recovery from alcoholism.
Closed Meeting: Meetings are for AA members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and "have a desire to stop drinking."


For Group/Meeting updates and changes,
please notify
Schedules@ReadingBerksIntergroup.Org 


 

AA Schedules from other local Intergroups & Districts 
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton www.aalv.org/meetings.jsp
District 38: Conshohocken-Norristown-Pottstown www.district38-aa.org
SE PA:  Bucks-Chester-Mont.-Delaware-Phila. www.sepennaa.org/meetings
Area 59 (Eastern PA) Schedule Page


Please Remember: On Singleness of Purpose
"You also have some people who are not alcoholics, but are addicts of other kinds. A great many A.A.s have taken pity on these people, and have actually tried to make them full-fledged AA's. Of course, their identification with alcoholics is no good at all, and the groups themselves easily stop this practice in the normal course of AA affairs. "Thoughtful AAs, however, encourage these sponsors to bring addicts to open meetings, just as they would any other interested people. In the end, these addicts usually gravitate to other forms of therapy. They are not received on the platform in open meetings unless they have an alcohol problem, and closed meetings are, of course, denied them. We know that we cannot do everything for everybody with an addiction problem." 
Bill Wilson, Cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous © AA Grapevine, March, 1971
reprinted with permission of the AA Grapevine, Inc.

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