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Pioneer AA Club – New Year Celebration

Pioneer AA Club - New Year Celebration

Celebrate New Year – Pioneer AA Club

Sunday – December 31, 2023 – 9:00 pm – 1:00 am – The Pioneer AA club house will open at noon on the 31st of December.

The Pioneer AA Club House
221 E Pine Ave
Findlay, OH 45840

Come join in with loads of other grateful recovering alcoholics, and help the Pioneer AA Club bring in the New Year! We will have food, cards, fellowship, 50/50 drawing, noise makers, and of course a toast to welcome 2024. Bring a dish to share. Hope to see you there!

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The Step That Keeps Us Growing

Sometimes, when friends tell us how well we are doing, we know better inside. We know we aren’t doing well enough. We still can’t handle life, as life is. There must be a serious flaw somewhere in our spiritual practice and development. What, then, is it? The chances are better than even that we shall locate our trouble in our misunderstanding or neglect of A.A.’s Step Eleven – prayer (*ad), meditation, and the guidance of God. The other Steps can keep most of us sober and somehow functioning. But Step Eleven can keep us growing, if we try hard and work at it continually.

Grapevine, June 1958

No Personal Power

“At first, the remedy for my personal difficulties seemed so obvious that I could not imagine any alcoholic turning the proposition down were it properly presented to him. Believing so firmly that Christ can do anything, I had the unconscious conceit to suppose that He would do everything through me – right then and in the manner I chose. After six long months, I had to admit that not a soul had surely laid hold of the Master – not excepting myself. “This brought me to the good healthy realization that there were plenty of situations left in the world over which I had no personal power – that if I was so ready to admit that to be the case with alcohol, so I must make the same admission with respect to much else. I would have to be still and know that He, not I, was God.”

Letter, 1940

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