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October
Celebration of Sobriety

It is suggested that a dollar a year for each year of sobriety be donated. You will be helping your Central Office and supporting the efforts to have the hand of AA always to be there.
Look for them at your group or pick them up at the office.
Karen B. Ward Parkway Group 39 years
Clay E. 449 Group 33 years
Chris K. Blue Springs Group 31 years
John C. NEJOCO Group 21 years
Sam W. Paseo Group 20 years
Carolyn A. North Oak Group 20 years
Milt H. New Vision Group 17 years
James S. Live & Let Live Group 15 years
Crystal D. Northland Miracles Group 14 years
Max S. North Oak Group 10 years
Donald G. Paseo Group  9 years
Nadine P. Paseo Group  6 years
Gregg O. Member at Large  5 years
Anthony J. Paseo Group  3 years
Michael T. Paseo Group  1 year
October
Over Thirty Club

Letís start off with the biggest one. That would be Bob P. from the Blue Springs Group with 47 Years.
Right behind him from the St. Joe area is Don S with 46 Years. Dean M. from the Twelve & Twelve Group has got 40 Years.
 Ron H. from the Primary Purpose KS Group has got 35 Years. Also from Primary Purpose KS, Cary D. has 33 Years.
Clay E. has 33 Years. He splits his time between 449 and Knights of Sobriety Groups.
Stephanie M. from North Kansas City Group has 32 Years. Chris K. from the Blue Springs Group has 31 Years.
Melody R. from the North Kansas City Group has 30 Years.
And from Ward Parkway Group we have Bob S. with 45 Years, John W. with 38 Years, Dale I. with 32 years and Matt K. with 31 Years.
Each month as I make up the list for the Over Thirty Club, I am amazed and awed by how many long timers we have that are still active in their home groups.
Thank God we have the benefit of their experience, strength and hope. This month alone we have the benefit of 473 Years of Sobriety.
Letís all take advantage of this and make our home group all the stronger for the experience and love of our long timers!

 

     
 

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Alcoholics Anonymousģ 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 AA 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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