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Saturday Night Young People’s Has 15 Years

Saturday Night Young People's AA Anniversary

Join Us Celebrating 15 Years Of Meetings

Saturday – September 30, 2017 – Doors open at 7:00 pm – Lead speaker at 9:30 pm

Club House 419
2040 S Byrne Rd
Toledo, OH 43614

Parking Lot Party – Come help Saturday Night Young People’s AA group celebrate 15 years of helping and keeping the next sick and suffering Alcoholic find serenity through working the Twelve Steps of A.A. We will have a special lead speaker. We will have fellowship, games (Frisbee, Cornhole, etc.) and plenty of food. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs to be provide as well as Coffee and Punch. Bring a dish to share / pass if you wish.

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Truth, the Liberator

How truth makes us free is something that we A.A.’s can well understand. It cut the shackles that once bound us to alcohol. It continues to release us from conflicts and miseries beyond reckoning; it banishes fear and isolation. The unity of our Fellowship, the love we cherish for each other, the esteem in which the world holds us — all of these are products of the truth which, under God, we have been privileged to perceive.

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Just how and when we tell the truth — or keep silent — can often reveal the difference between genuine integrity and none at all. Step Nine emphatically cautions us against misusing the truth when it states: “We made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.” Because it points up the fact that the truth can be used to injure as well as to heal, this valuable principle certainly has a wide-ranging application to the problem of the developing integrity.

Grapevine, August 1961