""PRINCIPLES BEFORE PERSONALITIES"
Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions p 184

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Delegate  -  Andrew L.
Alternate Delegate  -  Rose S.
Chair  - Rich H.
Treasurer  -  Justin S.
Registrar  -  Jessica S.
Secretary  -  Tammy C.

 

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South Jersey Intergroup
Phone: (856) 486-4446
Cape Atlantic Intergroup
Phone: (609) 641-8855
Central Jersey Intergroup
Phone: Office (609) 298-7785
Hot Line (609) 298-7795



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UPCOMING AREA EVENTS
District 14
Forgiveness Workshop


Saturday, March 4th, 2017

Registration Starts at 10:30 AM
Workshop Starts at 11:00 AM

First Presbyterian Church
119 North Second Street
Millville, NJ 08332
(Corner of Second & Pine Streets,
Parking & Entrance in Rear)

•  What Forgiveness is...and What it is not

•  How do I Forgive; Directly, Silently

•  Forgiveness as Relapse Prevention

Admission is Free

Snacks & Refreshments Provided

DISTRICT 19 EVENT
EXPLORING THE STEPS AND TRADITIONS

March 18, 2017
12 – 4:00 PM

CREST COMMUNITY CHURCH
CROCUS AND PACIFIC AVES.

WILDWOOD CREST, NJ

PART 1:     [PART 2 TO FOLLOW SOON!]

STEPS 1 - 7        Presented by Rich E – Primary Purpose Group
TRADITIONS 1 - 6   Presented by Lynn T – Good Morning Avalon 
Meditation Jimmy T  
Music Jimmy D
COVERED DISH DONATIONS APPRECIATED
Light Refreshments Coffee and Soda Will Be Provided


District 14
Unity Event

Dinner-Speaker Meeting
followed by Music and Dancing

Saturday, April 29, 2017


Church of the Resurrection
Trinity Episcopal Church
800 E. Wood Street
Corner of 8th & Wood


Vineland, NJ

Dinner at 5:00 pm

   Main Dishes Provided

   Please Bring Sides & Desserts

Meeting at 6:30 pm

   AA  Speaker and Al-Anon Speaker

  DJ Music at 8:00 pm

   Bring Your Dancing Shoes!

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