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Monroe’s 21st Annual OctSoberFest

Monroe OctSoberFest AA

21 Years For Monroe’s OctSoberFest

When:
Saturday – October 13, 2018 – Doors Open at 9:00 am (See event schedule below)

Where:
Grace Lutheran Church
630 N Monroe St
Monroe, MI 48162

Venue / Event Schedule:

  • 9:00 am – Doors Open
  • 9:30 am – Al-Anon Speaker – Bill C., – Ferndale, MI
  • 11:00 am – AA Speaker – Ian C., – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Lunch – On Your Own
  • 1:45 pm – Al-Anon Speaker – Ramona C., – Chicago, IL
  • 3:30 pm – AA Speaker – Jennifer K., – Plano, TX
  • 5:00 pm – AA Speaker – Joe C., – Palm Coast, FL
  • 6:30 pm – Dinner and Sobriety Countdown
  • 8:00 pm – AA Speaker – Georgia B., – La Crescenta, CA

Tickets are $20.00 and sold in advance only.

The deadline for ticket purchase is October 06, 2018. Space is limited, and no children are allowed.
For more information or tickets, please contact the following AA’s

Mark M. – 1-734-529-5565
OR
Greg H. – 1-734-777-7349

OctSoberFest is sponsored by the Monroe 24 Hour Group.

Map Directions:

 

“God’s Gifts”

We see that the sun never sets upon A.A.’s Fellowship; that more than three hundred and fifty thousand of us have now recovered from our malady; that we have everywhere begun to transcend the formidable barriers of race,creed, and nationality. This assurance that so many of us have been able to meet our responsibilities for sobriety and for growth and effectiveness in the troubled world where we live, will surely fill us with the deepest joy and satisfaction. But, as a people who have nearly always learned the hard way, we shall certainly not congratulate ourselves. We shall perceive these assets to be God’s gifts, which have been in part matched by an increasing willingness on our part to find and do His will for us.

Grapevine, July 1965

Prayer Under Pressure

Whenever I find myself under acute tensions, I lengthen my daily walks and slowly repeat our Serenity Prayer in rhythm to my steps and breathing. If I feel that my pain has in part been occasioned by others, I try to repeat, “God grant me the serenity to love their best, and never fear their worst.” This benign healing process of repetition, sometimes necessary to persist with for days, has seldom failed to restore me to at least a workable emotional balance and perspective.

Grapevine, March 1962

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