Oak Harbor AA Group Celebrates 46 Years
Tuesday November 14, 2017 – Doors open at 6:30 pm, dinner at 7:00 pm, lead speaker (Mike M.) at 8:00 pm.
Oak Harbor United Methodist Church
360 Ottawa St,
Oak Harbor, OH 43449
You are invited to join the Oak Harbor Tuesday Night AA group celebrate another year of helping and keeping the next sick and suffering Alcoholic find serenity through working the Twelve Steps of A.A. We will have fried chicken and sloppy joes with all of the fixin’s, cake and beverages provided. Please bring a side dish to share if you can. So join us for food, fellowship, and fun. We will also hold a 50/50 raffle! Family and friends are welcome.
Trouble Becomes an Asset
“I think that this particular General Service Conference holds promise and has been filled with progress — because it has had trouble. And it has converted that trouble into an asset, into some growth, and into a great promise. “A.A. was born out of trouble, one of the most serious kinds of trouble that can befall an individual, the trouble attendant upon this dark and fatal malady of alcoholism. Every single one of us approached A.A. in trouble, in impossible trouble, in hopeless trouble. And that is why we came. “If this Conference was ruffled, if individuals were deeply disturbed — I say, `This is fine.’ What parliament, what republic, what democracy has not been disturbed? Friction of opposing viewpoints is the very modus operandi on which they proceed. Then what should we be afraid of?”
Speech – Circa 1958